Entrepreneurship: As an entrepreneur, you will inevitably take risks, try new and unproven strategies and experience failure - both big and small. When things don’t go as planned, it can be easy to get bogged down by failure and regret.
5 Truths About Failure Every Entrepreneur Should Know.
Motivation: "I hope you go home feeling like a useless, faceless cog in a giant wheel, questioning whether anything you did made a hill of beans difference to anyone….whatever your name is."
Why It Matters That Your People Know They Matter
Sales: If you have ever been in the position of making a purchasing decision, salespeople have undoubtedly asked you horrible questions. Rest assured, that nobody asks an awful question intentionally.
The 3 Worst Questions Salespeople Ask Clients - Including Great Alternatives
Customer Experience: 2016 will be an amazing year for customer experience! C-level executives finally understand the customer experience is a competitive differentiator.
5 Customer Experience Trends For 2016
Human Resources: You may have had a job where you kept your head down and avoided engaging with coworkers for fear of being unfairly criticized or mocked by your supervisor. Hopefully, you haven’t - or if you have, you've since moved on to a better situation.
Entitled & Self-Serving Employees Are More Likely to Accuse Bosses of Abuse
Leadership: An Ironman race is one of the world's toughest endurance events. It consists of a 2.4-mile swim and a 112-mile bike ride, followed by a marathon (26.2-mile run). Ironically, growing a business and preparing yourself to become an Ironman share similarities other than the common response of "I could never do that."
How Training Like an Ironman Can Take Your Business to the Next Level
Customer Feedback: Customer feedback is an incredibly valuable commodity, but what happens when it contradicts the vision you have for your brand?
How to Reconcile Customer Feedback With Your Business Vision
Accountability: When employees perceive that results don’t matter, you can get away with murder and no one cares, and excuses and finger pointing are the norm, it can be incredibly demoralizing and frustrating.
How to Build a Culture of Accountability