While I was on my annual family vacation to the Bahamas earlier this week, I saw a pretty bad-ass yacht in the harbor. What stood out to me the most was the name – Never Enough. Okay, if you have a yacht, maybe you have enough money. But that’s not really the point. A lot … More Why Never Enough is Not a Bad Thing
Last week I taught a business and leadership bootcamp in Vermont to an incredible group of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and leaders. One of the topics that came up was mentorships and the value of a mentor. The whole conversation started when we began talking about the five relationships you need to live a wealthy … More Your Most Important Relationships May Be With People You’ve Never Met
One of the questions our team often gets asked during interviews, particularly for other leadership positions, is, “How much time will I get to spend with Adam.” Our leadership team knows, it’s not much! But that’s okay. I spend my time pouring into the right leadership people. Let me explain. My days are scheduled down … More 5 Questions You Must Ask Your Employees Each Day
Okay, for the past month or so it’s be quiet at the office, too quiet. People were on vacation (as they should be!) and business generally slowed down. The shift was palpable. From a constant go go go to slow slow slow. No major problems to solve, no employee crises, no deals to negotiate, no … More Are You a Wartime or a Peacetime Leader?
Last Saturday I completed my first triathlon – a half-Ironman – in Clermont, Florida. On the Friday before my race, I had a call with my coach and he told me to forget about the time goals that I wanted to hit, because I was putting too much pressure on myself. He told me to … More Focus on Daily Execution for Big Results
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