Last week I talked to two very successful Entrepreneurs who both expressed interest in hiring an Executive Assistant (EA). Smart move. An EA can work wonders for a busy Entrepreneur. However, both business leaders were unsure exactly what this person would do. Fair enough. The Executive Assistant role is one of the least understood positions, … More Guest Blogger Hallie Warner – What Does an Executive Assistant Do?
The beauty of Adam Hergenrother Companies is the collaboration, the exchange of ideas, and our ability to challenge each other’s perspectives and thinking so that we all grow. Last week, BlackRock Construction’s VP of Development took over the blog, and this week, our CFO, Kemener Whalen, is chiming in with a few thoughts of his own … More Guest Blogger Kemener Whalen – It’s All About the Balance Sheet, Not the Benjamins
I’m so excited to have one of my employees and friends take over the blog this week! I’m proud of my team for stepping up and sharing their words of wisdom and even more proud of them for living a life by design. I love hearing their different perspectives about how to create a life … More Guest Blogger Ben Avery – How To Live An Extraordinary Life TODAY!
My kids are back at school, the leaves are starting to change, and Summer is slowly fading into Fall. This time of year always causes me to pause and reflect. Recently, I was thinking about the professional moves I’ve made over the last 15 years in the real estate industry and I noticed something interesting. … More Guest Blogger Cari Heibel – When Everything is Going Right, Make a Change
I listen to a lot of podcasts and read a lot of books that talk about grinding, hustling, and working your ass off. Go in early, stay late, repeat. I agree, at the end of the day, most people lack the work ethic required (especially long-term) to be as successful as they say they want … More Guest Blogger Matt Bex: Overtime, Over Time, is Overrated
Brain training sells. Brain training claims to help you be more productive. Think faster. Improve your memory. But is it worth the money to join one of those brain training websites that claim to promote intellectual fitness? Some recent studies say no – these sites just make you better at playing the games on the … More Guest Blogger Ann Zuccardy: 5 Habits of Smart Thinkers
For those that have read and buy into Tim Ferriss’ book The 4 Hour Work Week, that may mean literally working 4 hours or less per week, traveling the world, sitting on a beach, and checking items off your bucket list. For others, maybe it means that they still work 40+ hours per week, but … More Guest Blogger Jay Mitiguy: What Does Lifestyle Design Mean to You?