Three Ways to Finish Strong

It’s time for your HALFWAY checkpoint for 2019! There are 6 months left until 2020. This is a perfect time…

Attention to Detail

The little things usually matter most. There’s a burger joint near my wife’s office that we frequent occasionally. The food…

A Culture That Steals Customers

Can culture help you steal customers from competitors? Yesterday my wife and I had to take one of our dogs…

How Competitors Handle Bad Coworkers

So you work with someone you absolutely cannot stand? Been there. Done that. Most all of us have. If you’ve…

What a 90 Minute Performance Actually Takes

I saw clips of Kevin Hart recently on the Joe Rogan Podcast on Twitter and decided to download the full interview. (Here’s…


Want to Improve Your Company’s Culture? Start with Accountability.

Accountability breeds a strong, positive culture – in the locker room and in the boardroom.

When an organization embraces accountability from the top to bottom, employees are empowered in their role, motivated to do it to the best of their abilities, and proactive to reach the goals they’ve set.

People strive to help and do more when they believe they’re a valuable contributor to the overall success of the organization.

Here are the three keys to building accountability within your organization:

How to Win Your Day

Are You Going to Win the Day or Not?

Are you getting distracted by worrying about what everyone else is doing, believing they’re your competition? Or are you focused in on your finish line and what you’re really up against?

Success In Life Mainly Comes Down to This

Every blog article & social media post you see in regards to success all claim to have the “one magic…