Consistency. When it comes to building brand trust, I'm not sure there is a more important concept than consistency. How many times have you heard someone mention that a business used to be great, but just isn't the same anymore? There was a restaurant near us that had good food, but terribly inconsistent service. It's … Continue reading Be Consistent
We've heard it said many times that the scouts motto is "always be prepared." While the word "always" has been added by pop culture, the idea of being prepared is a good one. A few weeks ago I showed up to the office and was immediately pulled aside and asked if I could go speak … Continue reading Always Ready
Several days ago, I asked on Social Media for input on possible future content ideas for this blog on leadership. The response was great! So many ideas and thoughts and questions came in. I will take time and start developing these and putting the content together. We will start right off and every week hit … Continue reading Upcoming Content
Regret. Missed opportunities. Mistakes. Harsh words. Heartbreak. Lost relationships. Unexpected endings. Deals gone bad. Arguments. These are all things that can keep us up at night. They are all things that can leave us feeling alone and dejected, like we are a failure. There are times that we are left feeling like it is too … Continue reading It’s Not Too Late
We live in an age dominated by Social Media. This has allowed anyone and everyone the ability to comment on anything at any time whether or not they have good reason. It has opened up national conversations on things that otherwise would not even be known beyond a small group of people. All of this … Continue reading Player > Commentator
That is a good question. In fact, for many people it might be THE question. Does what you are doing matter? Corporations spend huge amounts of time and money studying and improving efficiency. However, becoming more efficient might not be the key to a better bottom line. If you are the best and most efficient … Continue reading Does it matter?
When I played football, I had a coach who preached practice to us. He presented practice as a bigger deal and more important than the game itself. The energy he displayed in our practices was off the charts. The ethic paid off come game time. Every victory we experienced was directly due to the effort … Continue reading The Power of Preparation