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Why we know but don’t do

Why we know but don’t do

As a business consultant and coach, some of the most powerful and transformational moments I’ve experienced have been the simple act of telling a business leader or executive team something that they already know.  Reflecting on this made me ask why we so often...
Alone takes a long time

Alone takes a long time

I wanted to take a moment in this article to talk about a trap that a lot of business owners (and just people in general) fall into all the time. I know about the trap because I spent more than ten years in it. Looking back now, I know it caused me extra stress, gave...
Disagree and commit

Disagree and commit

Do you make decisions in meetings but fail to follow through? Do you regularly have the meeting after the meeting where real decisions are made? Do you have leaders on the team or departments in the company that can’t seem to get in a rhythm, or even worse, just...
Who is better than you?

Who is better than you?

I like to ask myself this simple question from time to time, “Who is better than you at something very meaningful to you?” It’s a great question. It highlights selfishness and pride quickly. It also improves my perspective instantly and keeps me from getting too big...
From anecdotes to analysis

From anecdotes to analysis

One of the most important transitions that happens within an organization to allow it to scale rapidly is the transition from anecdotal data to analytical data when making decisions. There is a fantastic parallel in how pilots navigate the skies.  When you first start...