Emergency Preparations

Emergency Preparations

As you read this, the impact of hurricane Florence on the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic sections of the US will likely be known. Many people and businesses are making preparations for handling this storm. A mandatory evacuation order has been issued for locations on the...
Watch Your Step

Watch Your Step

The other day I had the opportunity to listen in on a group call hosted by one of my mentors. He made a statement which stopped me in my tracks. “If you ask anyone who has been active in this organization for the past 2 years what parts of their lives have changed,...
Business vs. Busyness

Business vs. Busyness

Do you know what your time is worth? It is worth more than you might think. Once spent, we can’t get a unit of time back. We can’t borrow it from the next day or next week. Too often, I am guilty of spending time foolishly or on habits I know don’t bring the results I...
Garbage In, Garbage Out

Garbage In, Garbage Out

The expression garbage in, garbage out (GIGO) goes back to early data processing days and was a favorite expression used by computer programmers in the 1960s. If the code they wrote was flawed or incomplete, it was considered garbage — non-useable. We have certainly...
Developing Your Team To Be Their Best

Developing Your Team To Be Their Best

Leaders become great not because of their power or results, but because of their ability to empower others. To create anything lasting, to develop a team or organization that can grow and improve, to build anything for the future, a leader’s main responsibility is to...