If You Want To Be Successful – Don’t Do These Things

If You Want To Be Successful – Don’t Do These Things Most of us really enjoy reading articles that discuss the habits of successful people. They can be the catalyst for self-reporting and correcting behaviors that may not be helping us move forward. However, the problem with those types of articles is that they give you conditional promises. Sometimes you have to be in the center of a perfect set of circumstances in order to achieve what you want to but because the planets are not aligned – now is not the time for success – and you remain where you are. I am a big believer in perseverance so, I still believe that we need to work each day to give ourselvesRead More

Silent Signs You Are On A Great Path At Work

Silent Signs You Are On A Great Path At Work It is a tenet of legitimately great leadership that we need to be actively interested and invested in the growth and career path of people we are lucky enough to lead – especially our high-performers and those who show they are high-potential. However, it is not unusual – unfortunately – if you are very strong, ambitious, and competent for some newer leadership or leadership whose priorities are a little blurry to instead invest time and energy in poor performers or “fixing” toxic employees and leave some of the better people to their own devices. Should it be this way? No, but the reality is most leaders and organization still function this way. It’sRead More

When Verbal “Tee-Ups” Are Given – Beware!

When Verbal “Tee-Ups” Are Given – Beware! Recently I had very interesting interactions with two strangers. One person contacted me through LinkedIn and the other person contacted me through Twitter. I tend to get a lot of emails and direct messages and I make it a point, unless it clearly is someone who wants to sell me something, to respond to all messages. One person started with LinkedIn message and then started texting – no problem…my cell number is clearly listed on my LinkedIn headline. But they kept telling me how honest they were in the midst of their communication. “I am honest, “I will be honest”, “Just trying to be honest”. Oy vey…it was too much and my mind’s warning alarm wentRead More