Stop, Collaborate And Listen

On July 4th, ’90s rapper Vanilla Ice was scheduled to play a concert in Austin, Texas. Billed as being a “carefree return to the pre-coronavirus ’90s”, he was promoting the show as late as July 2nd, before quickly reversing course just four hours later, saying “I listened to my fans… I didn’t know the numbersContinue reading “Stop, Collaborate And Listen”

The Value of Pre-Made Commitments

“I have found that my pre-made commitments — the ones you refuse to talk yourself out of — are the ones that stick… Anything I’ve enjoyed doing in the long run — marriage, business, leadership — I was terrible at to start. But I made the pre-made commitment to improve and I’ve tried to learn from myContinue reading “The Value of Pre-Made Commitments”

Understand Your Silos

Do you find that within your organization, it feels like different groups of people are speaking different languages? And that when you get together for a meeting – even about something simple – that misunderstandings and defensiveness occur? In the last few months, one word has come up in every new client meeting I haveContinue reading “Understand Your Silos”

10 Minutes a Day is All it Takes

How are your New Year’s resolutions going? As many as 60% of us set New Year’s resolutions each year (perhaps more so as we enter a new decade). But as few as 8% of us follow through and reach our goals*. If you set resolutions this year, how are they going? Regardless of whether you set resolutions,Continue reading “10 Minutes a Day is All it Takes”