I’m packing up to head to Austin for a few days to participate in the Keller Williams Agent Labs with our team and it got me thinking about the last time I was in the Lone Star State a couple of weeks ago. Gary Keller reminded us that the most of us in business are … More How to Go For Checkmate in Your Business
As we enter the fourth quarter, business planning and goal setting is in full effect. Which means the goals I’m seeing are ambitious (perhaps even outrageous, even by my standards). You probably never thought you’d hear me say your goal is too big. Well, it might be. But let me explain. As I talked about … More How to Set Goals That You Will Actually Achieve and Exceed
We all have the same number of hours in a day. 24. No more. No less. So, why do some people accomplish so much more than others? What’s their secret? You know those people. The ones who appear to be productivity geniuses, who seem to have been gifted the “get shit done” gene from a … More Productivity is Out. Impact is In.
I just landed back in Vermont after spending the past three days in Indiana competing with my team Chaffing the Dream (shout out to Tom and Amanda Martin!) at the USARA Adventure Race National Championship. I’ve got three words for you: brutal and exhausting. I thought Ironman races were tough (and they are). But this … More Lessons From the 30 Hour National Championship Adventure Race
Yesterday was the first day of Fall and just like that, a new season is upon us. Cooler weather, costumes, corn mazes, and pumpkin spice everything. When the air grows colder and we start to shift from one season to another, I can’t help but reflect on what season I’m in in my life and … More Simplicity is the New Sexy
Earlier this week I taught one of my favorite courses, Career Visioning. Career Visioning is designed to help business owners identify and hire talent using a proven model and system. It’s more than just reviewing a resume. It’s about understanding the right behavioral match, diving deep into a candidate’s track record of success, and truly … More Beyond the Resume – How to Bring the Best Candidates Into Your Company
This week the kids went back to school. Sienna is now a first grader and Asher is in Pre-K! When they talk about the days being long and the years being short, they must have been talking about parenthood! As we walked into school and posed for the obligatory first day of school photo (photos … More Why I’m Rooting for My Kids to Fail