Focus For Unfocused Entrepreneurs

What friends and family ask most often

It’s been six months since my last post.  That can make it difficult to focus in on what to write next. It’s quite a long time in the Land of Bloggingham. My last post caused me to stop and recalibrate the direction of this blog, my coaching business, and my entrepreneurial life. I’m an abstract […]

3 Effective Principles for Re-Entry After a Vacation

From Cold Start to Contagious Productivity

mindset, creativity, getting things done, focus, work, career

As the sun rises on your first workday of 2016 the hope and promise of a new year is staring us right in the face. Many of us are coming off an extended holiday with much in the way of food, fun, family and various work-avoidant activities. Re-entry can be tough. Especially after an extended […]

The Single Most Important Decision for the Start of Every Week

Working on Stuff? Working Toward Something?

behavior, focus, getting things done, habit, mindset, Time Management, work

This Monday morning you’ll have an opportunity to make an important decision regarding how you will spend your time and attention this week. The outcome of that decision could be the greatest single influence on your overall productivity, satisfaction and results when the week draws to a close roughly 100 hours from now.

3 Strategies For Winning Your Business Race

And avoiding defeat in your competitors race.

business building, entrepreneur, competitiveness, business development, business coaching, value

I’m not an avid cyclist, but I do enjoy an occasional ride. However I really love tracking the Tour de France. Just the thought of 2,200 miles over 21 day-long segments is inspiring. Especially given that less than half of those segments are on flat terrain.  The majority are either hilly, mountainous, or high-altitude. See…I didn’t even know there […]

4 Leadership Disciplines for Finishing Strong!

entrepreneurship, focus, getting things done, focus, leadership development, time and attention, business building

With two months remaining in 2014 we are coming into the home stretch of what has been a year with whom many would describe their relationship as “it’s complicated.” For some business leaders it’s been the best of times. For others it’s been the worst of times. But it’s not over yet. There are still […]