by Chip Stallings, Executive Coach What a tremendous privilege and responsibility it is to lead! Whether we are leading a person, a team or an organization; it is a noble task that will require the best of us. Unfortunately, we didn’t have to live very long before we...read more
If you want to teach people a new way of thinking, don’t bother trying to teach them. Instead, give them a tool, the use of which will lead to new experiences, thoughts and actions. -Verne Harnish One of my all time favorite quotes (above) from the author of Scaling...read more
According to behavioral scientists, the secret to your personal growth resides in your core beliefs. When you believe in doing something, your thoughts lead you to action! But without being intentional about designing actions that align with your beliefs, no new...read more
Article written by Paul Keijzer from Business 2 Community Imagine a life where your basic needs are taken care of but you have nothing more to strive for. Nothing greater that you’re aspiring to achieve. Sounds like a mundane and purposeless life to me. That’s most...read more
Simply answer these important questions and journal your answers daily. Over the course of several months, you'll elevate your awareness leading to discipline/growth: Q1: What's my top priority today, that I can complete before noon? Q2: What does my Team need most...read more
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by Chip Stallings, Executive Coach What a tremendous privilege and responsibility it is to lead! Whether we are leading a person, a team or an organization; it is a noble task that will require the best of us. Unfortunately, we didn’t have to live very long before we...