Maybe you’re currently experiencing a unique opportunity to slow down (you’re in the midst of a job change, you’re stuck at home during a pandemic, you’re tight on cash, your relationship just ended, you’re healing from an injury, or you just made the decision to give yourself the gift of me-time. Or maybe you’re busier than ever and are realizing you need some of that coveted me-time.
Regardless of what the cause is…whether it's outside of your control or a conscious choice you’re making to take some time for yourself…having time to plan your next FIRST or BEST is not only healthy but also a great way to prepare for a significant step forward in your life.
Why do I say it’s significant? Let me answer you with a question.
Do you remember your first kiss?
How about the first time you made a sale?
Or the first time you rode a roller coaster or bungee jumped off a bridge?
Do you remember when you ran your fastest...
Every business has a leader. In many cases, they call that person the CEO.
If you’re self-employed, even though you may not think of yourself as one, you most certainly are the CEO of your own business.
Do you think of yourself as a CEO? If you do, then you are more likely to think like a CEO and to perform like one—in a way that consistently drives your business forward. In this post, we’re covering some of the most important responsibilities of a CEO and the key ingredients that make CEOs exceptional at what they do.
It was a 10-year-study of the 2500 largest companies in the world with the purpose of determining what all top-performing CEOs have in common. The 4 main characteristics shared by all of the most effective CEOs are:
A CEO is also a visionary. As the leader of your business, you’re responsible for determining what your...