I totally get it. We want to hire people who know what they’re doing. We want people to hire us because we know what we’re doing.
But I’m beginning to wonder if the term ‘expert’ is losing its meaning.
I’m not an expert on leadership – it’s something I’m still learning. But I wanted to share a few sound bites with you that emerged from the training calls for our group program, and have been really helpful for me as I continue to think about this question.
The work we do isn’t ‘just business’. The way we show up, our integrity, and our investment in what matters has a direct impact on the lives of other people. We can do so much good for one another. Entrepreneurship can be a channel for genuine community to flourish.
This book is meant to flip the script on what it looks like to make your best ideas happen. I want to reframe your approach, but more than that, I crafted this book as a step-by-step process you can follow to transform your eureka moments into bona fide eureka results.
Multitasking hurts you when you try to cram different things into the same space. Layering, though, allows you to expand the impact of the things you choose to do. Let me tell you how it’s done.
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If you find yourself overwhelmed by upended plans, this short video on my blog can give you a window into how I respond when that happens.
I design processes and systems for a living. I organize businesses for a living. I am also chronically late. My whole family growing up was notorious for showing up a few minutes late to everything. I have a very punctual husband, and after years of active effort, I’m...
Most of our entrepreneurial projects are not set in stone. Writing a book, building a program, creating a training – they’re all potentially boundless. We could keep tweaking our biggest projects for years and still find room for improvement. I been thinking about this and I have a few suggestions about finish lines and end points.