By Your Life Podcast
When we’re too busy with being who and what we are we fail to become who and what we’re meant to be. There are no shortcuts to the hard work of transformation.
I think it is interesting that many people are more interested in the commercial interruptions during the Super Bowl than they are in the game itself. What’s your attitude about interruptions?
Seemingly insignificant issues, left unchecked, can develop into substantial problems. So, when confronted with bad behavior or unethical decisions, do you speak up or keep quiet?
The decision to infuse a higher purpose into your culture, one that guides strategic decisions and gives clarity to everyday tasks, is what propels companies to success.
Strong leaders want to know the truth and surround themselves with advisors who will present them with the good, the bad, and the ugly, and then they follow their advice.
Leadership requires you to handle conflicting demands from customers, employees, bosses, family and faith. When you have your priorities right, everything else falls into place.
Looking to transform your company culture and change your future? It requires letting go of the obstacles to the future you want. The whole point is transformation which means leaving old ways behind in exchange for the greater good that lies ahead.
Your “WHY” is your purpose, your north star. It doesn’t change even though circumstances change. When you’re not clear about your “WHY”, you lose your bearings when you get rerouted.
The Unique Value Proposition is the marketing strategy of informing customers about how your brand or product is superior or different to your competitors. It is easier said than done.
One of the greatest keys to success for a business in the long term is effective succession planning. But many leaders put off planning for their departure, as if that day may never come.