Once you’ve lined up your dominoes and backed your way into determining the things you need to do today to achieve your largest goals, the next step is blocking off time to work on those tasks and guarding them from distractions that may pull you off track. An essential skill
The workplace is a social environment just like any other. There are a variety of personality types that must learn to get along and work with one another to get the job done. So it should be no surprise that at times, these differences can lead to butting heads,
If you’re starting a business, wanting a raise, looking for a new career or just wanting to up your game, you’ll need to increase the value of your network. The ONE Thing author Gary Keller has believed in this concept his entire life. As he explains in his course Quantum
When a book sparks conversation and thought across both business and personal lives, it’s only natural that it gets requested as a discussion topic on a meeting agenda. For the Santa Cruz chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors, The ONE Thing was just that book. With The ONE Thing
Imagine what becomes possible when you and your most important relationships get on the same page about your future. Spoiler alert: Everything.
Have you taken a personal 66-Day Challenge? Is it time to embark on a new one? We’ve gotten a great response from individuals that used the challenge to form a new habit in the past and we’re not stopping there. That’s right. Groups, departments and even entire businesses can get
The holidays are a precarious time for many companies. Teams are doing their best to get as much done before the end of the year, but the distractions are many. The stress alone could cause people to turn to comfort foods, and the parade of holiday treats makes it that
Questioning things is a very human characteristic that is essential for discovery. The ONE Thing is built around the idea of using the Focusing Question to find our highest and best purpose. On your path toward achievement, be weary of “yes men” who go along for the ride and can
For companies and those who work for and manage them, continued success doesn’t come from remaining fixed to a certain way of doing things, but from the ability to evolve with the change they find themselves in. Environments are always changing, and so are our markets. This creates a continuing
So you’ve recruited, onboarded and managed your employees. Now it’s time to protect your investment. Some industries have regular employee turnover rates of 30 to 40 percent. We don’t want you to follow that trend. However, our goal isn’t to help you get to a zero percent churn rate either.