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Everyone is Talking About the F-Word. But, Do They Really Know WTF They are Talking About?

Look, I’m just as guilty as the next person to use industry jargon to inspire my team, recruit rockstars (see what I mean?), and share the vision and mission of Adam Hergenrother Companies. I’m playing to my audience and I know it. Disruption. Empire Builders. Synergy. Unicorns. Talent. Leverage. Grit. Failure (and all the various versions: Fail. Fail Faster. Fail …

Is There a Lack of Talent in the Marketplace?

As I mentioned last week, our company is in massive growth mode and with that comes the addition of new team members. The majority of my leadership staff is in the middle of hiring other Executive, administrative, marketing, bookkeeping, etc. talent. Over the past few weeks as interviews have ramped up the frustrations have come out. I wanted to share …

How to Be a Corporate Athlete

As I’ve ramped up my training for my Ironman this summer, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be an athlete. They don’t just exercise, they train. They don’t eat, they fuel. They don’t just race, they compete. They don’t just rest, they recover. All critical parts of being a world-class athlete. So how can we apply …

5 Ways to Secure Your Company’s Reputation

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 the hard work of my …

Work Between Vacations

I’m a variety freak. I get bored very quickly and constantly need new training routines, new projects, new books, new adventures to keep me engaged and growing. One of the ways I do that is by traveling (sometimes to other countries and sometimes just a quick weekend getaway in the next town over). In 2017 alone, I’ll be traveling to …