There’s a six-word formula for success. Think things through, then follow through. Eddie Rickenbacker Words are meaningless without intent and follow through. Without follow through there is no action. You are breaking a commitment with yourself and others. This leads to erosion of dependability and trust. Watch the commitments. It’s so easy to want toContinue reading “Follow Through : Be Someone Who Gets Things Done”
The distance between dreams and reality is called action. In pursuit of your dreams, those big goals you have, you must be unrelenting in making consistent movement forward. Never give up. Never surrender. You’re allowed to scream, you’re allowed to cry but do not give up. You’ve made the choice. This is what you needContinue reading “Relentless Action : Never Give Up, Never surrender”
There are thousands of choices to make a day. Which means there are thousands of decisions to make every day. It is estimated to be in the neighborhood of 35,000 decisions we make on average every day. Wow. No wonder sometimes at the end of a long day, the last thing we want to do,Continue reading “5 Steps to Supercharge Your Decision Making”
The biggest barrier to delegation is you. You heard that right. It isn’t your people. It isn’t their skills. Or motivation. It’s you. Do you find yourself not delegating because 1) You don’t want to overburden your team 2) You think you can do it better or faster yourself 3) you are a control freakContinue reading “Get Over Yourself Already, and Delegate”
When you see your plan through to the finish line, and are able to inspire others to keep going to the end, then you will join a very, very small club of leaders who can execute.
We all know that action is critical to accomplishing anything. Thoughts are the birthplace of motion. Our thinking becomes action. Action accomplishes our goals, gives us confidence, and we develop new skills. It is our accomplishments where we define ourselves and find success. We respect those who get things done. And the more we do,Continue reading “Action Oriented : Take the First Step”