This week we moved into a brand new state-of-the-art office building – the new headquarters for Hergenrother Enterprises (KW Vermont, Hergenrother Realty Group, Adam Hergenrother Training Organization, BlackRock Construction, and Hergenrother Foundation). Last week, Hergenrother Enterprises was named one of the Best Places to Work in Vermont. Both of these accomplishments were a testament to … More 5 Ways to Secure Your Company’s Reputation
One of the very first things we do with any new leadership team member is hand them a copy of my User’s Manual (email Hallie for a blank copy to create your own). It’s basically a cheat sheet of my idiosyncrasies, my values, my strengths, and my weaknesses. Actually, we talk about all of these things … More Do You Have a Heart for Business?
Think big and think bigger are on the verge of becoming overused catch phrases with the growth-minded entrepreneurial crowd. And I’m just as guilty. It’s a phrase I throw around and talk about all the time. We must all think bigger in order to grow. But what does THINK BIG or THINK BIGGER really mean? And … More 3 Ways to Think Bigger Every Day
I love the smell of wheatgrass in the morning. Every morning at 4:43am, I jump out of bed, down a glass of water and a shot of wheatgrass and I’m now ready to start my day. If you want to get started on your emotional fitness journey, all you have to do is implement getting up early. … More One Simple Action for a Competitive Advantage
I get a lot of questions about what my schedule looks like, so this week I’m going to break it all down for you. I have developed a very specific rhythm to my days and it’s going to seem like I’ve got this whole scheduling stuff down. And for the most part I do. But it … More A Day in the [Herg] Life
I’m inherently lazy. If I can get someone else to do something for me, I do. At home, I have my kids (and they’ve already learned how to leverage me!). At the office, I have to be a bit more strategic. Pretty early on in my career, I knew I was good at a few … More Want Something Done Right? Don’t Do It Yourself
Last week, there was only a dusting of snow in Vermont, so instead of hitting the mountain to snowboard, I bought a fat bike and hit the trails. I headed out around 1pm to bike in Huntington at the base of the Green Mountains. The ride was awesome, but challenging – there was snow and … More What I Learned in 2015