May 3rd, 2018

Written by Don Tinney on April 30, 2010 Does that seem like an unrealistic expectation? Is it selfish or inappropriate to want something specific in return for all we invest in our businesses? Many owners, leaders, managers and employees have a hard time verbalizing what they want from their business. We might not even think much about it. We just show up every day, do what we do and go home. We have a “good” week or a “bad” week, but what makes a week good or bad? What is it that makes a…

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April 26th, 2018

Creating Magic – 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies From A Life At Disney, by Lee Cockerell, is a great business book. Organizational structure matters. Lee Cockerell makes the point in the second chapter with his Strategy #2: Break the Mold. Cockerell tells the story of moving to France to help create Disneyland Paris where he immediately learned that success would depend largely on the quality of the restaurants, given that Europeans love their food. He realized that the issue was…

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January 12th, 2018

One of the surest ways to break through the ceiling and get to where you want to go is to delegate and elevate yourself to your God-given unique abilities. If you’re like most business owners, entrepreneurs, and leaders, you’re probably feeling a little stuck, with way too much on your plate. You may be feeling like you could and should be accomplishing a heck of a lot more than you are. If so, these five steps will take you to the next level: Step 1: Define your 100% – Your 100% is your…

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January 8th, 2018

Written by Mike Paton on June 21, 2010 Most entrepreneurial leaders are frustrated. Some leaders are only occasionally frustrated, because they find ways to resolve their issues quickly and effectively. But many leaders have been frustrated about a lot of things for a very long time. Some seem to have resigned themselves to the notion that running an entrepreneurial company is destined to be a long, painful series of never-ending frustrations. That’s frustrating to me, because it’s simply…

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December 26th, 2017

One of the most controversial disciplines we teach is an email system that will save hours of time for you every week if you embrace it. Half our clients love it, and half run for the hills when they hear it. The system works like this: 1. Turn your email over to your assistant or to someone you trust. This means he or she checks it for you multiple times throughout the day. 2. Divide all of your emails into three categories:    a. Junk emails: Have your assistant clear…

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