Tag Archives: training

Learn, Work, and Play Every Day

School’s out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean my kids still aren’t still learning a ton (between swim team, Ninja training, nature camps, and crafts – these kids’ summers are packed!). Learning doesn’t stop when the bell rings. Too often for adults, though it does. Many adults graduate from high school or college and never take another class or …

If It Was Easy, Everyone Would Be Doing It

Tomorrow we kick-off a new training program that I am more excited about than any other class or training I’ve done. Project | U is going to be a game changer. Yeah, sure, I think we’ve got great content, awesome guest speakers, and a packed year-long curriculum complete with a monthly book club, a fitness coach, nutrition consults, financial advisers, …

People Are Your Best Business Investment

I spent last weekend on a birthday adventure for my sister-in-law. We snowmobiled on the Trans-Quebec trails and stayed at a beautiful resort complete with incredible dinners and tons of spa time. This luxury resort has been in business for over 25 years and while much of it’s success is owed to the vision, execution, and business acumen of it’s …

Guest Blogger Cari Heibel – When Everything is Going Right, Make a Change

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. Each time I decided to …

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 …

Identity: Who You Really Are or What You are Hiding Behind?

Father. Husband. Leader. Brother. Entrepreneur. Business Owner. Triathlete. CEO. Son. Identity is a funny thing. When I’m introducing myself at a conference, I’m Adam Hergenrother – CEO & Entrepreneur. When I’m meeting people at a family gathering with my in-laws, I’m Adam – Sarah’s husband. Your identity – how you (and others) label and categorize yourself within your world – is a …

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 …