Leadership Lessons

How to Think More Like a CEO Than an Owner

Have you ever wondered why some business owners/entrepreneurs seem to be able to start and grow businesses rapidly and others can’t? Or why some business owners/entrepreneurs seem to be able to lead their businesses and have a life whereas others can’t? Well, one of...

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To Be Great You Have to Be Good

There’s a lie that a lot of business experts are espousing these days that’s detrimental to you, as a leader, and to the health and growth of your business. It comes in one of two forms. “To be great, you have to be bad” … or “No...

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Why You Need to Invite Critique Into Your Life

The simple answer is, “Blind spots.” We all have them. In the technical literature of psychology they’re referred to as “Scotomas.” A scotoma occurs when an individual can’t see something in themselves that those around them can. For example, you may perceive yourself...

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How to Create a Thinking Rhythm

During a typical week, how much time do you spend just thinking about your business and how you can get to the next level? Or how about during a typical month? Or quarter? And when you do spend time thinking, is that time you’ve proactively set aside for that activity...

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4 Things Confident Leaders Do

As you know, there are leaders and then there are Leaders. Small “l” leaders are leaders by position. Capital “L” leaders are leaders because of influence and their ability to deliver remarkable results. Just because someone is a business owner or entrepreneur (or CEO...

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