It’s impossible to do exceptional work if you stop with the first “right” answer. To BE exceptional, the way you THINK must be exceptional. Albert Einstein famously said that the problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. Most people will look at that […]
How to reach beyond your comfort zone to achieve the success you deserve. It’s easier than you think. You just need to tweak your mindset.
Obliterate Info Overload | Be More Productive | Be More Influential | Contribute Greater Value to Others My friend, Dr. Alvin C. Miles, an educator, entrepreneur and the host of Global Leader Radio, has interviewed many global leaders – and now I’m blessed to be one of them! Dr. Miles recently interviewed me to capture […]
Albert Einstein said that the problems we face cannot be solved at the level of thinking we were at when we created them. Most of us who hear that quote fail to grasp its significance. It’s not a simple declaration – rather it’s a challenge. It’s actually one of the most profound truths you will ever encounter.
Like the rich soil of a farm field in the spring, your brain is waiting to be cultivated to yield a bumper crop of profitable ideas that will help to propel you to a future filled with success and abundance.
If you’re looking for practical strategies to help you be more productive and successful in your work and life, then you ought to take a look at The Productivity Pack offered by author and speaker Jason Womack. This powerful “productivity kit” can help you achieve more with less stress and to move more confidently toward your goals.
Blogger Michael Hyatt recently compared the mindsets of scarcity and abundance. Here’s my infographic that helps you compare and contrast their characteristics.
One of the timeless principles of success that high achievers probably will never share with you is this: The most reliable way to advance your career is to outgrow your current position.
Don’t compete with your peers – create new value for the people you serve. That’s the secret to making a bigger impact and your job and career.
Success in our work doesn’t come from just showing up or “phoning in” our work. We need to contribute more value before increased compensation can kick in. This lesson is explained by way of a simple parable.