It’s easy to stay focused and on track when everything is going well. But what happens when you fall off the wagon? How do you get back to your best self after falling off track?
Many business owners hate having difficult conversations, but how we handle these situations is vital to the success of our businesses and, indeed, our careers.
Some people are good at building deep connections with others. Others don’t have a clue. Which group do you want to be in?
You can try to motivate employees with slogans and bonuses. But companies can’t achieve true excellence if their employees don’t know why they are coming to work every day.
“I’ve hung out with many very successful CEOs and they are all miserable, so I stopped.” Amanda and I were shocked by this statement especially because so often we hear “you are the 5 people you surround yourself with, so if you want to be successful, surround yourself with successful people.” […]
With the pressures of daily living, it can be difficult to catch sufficient shut-eye. From having too much on your mind to staying up way past your bedtime watching that new Netflix series, there are many reasons why you may not be getting a great night’s sleep. The trouble is, this can seriously impact your productivity and concentration levels the following day, making it even harder for you to get up and face the world.