Winning to some is about the transaction. It’s about being right. It’s about the mic drop. The sound byte. The power play. (more…)
This time last year, perhaps you put your introspective hat on and created some New Year Resolutions for yourself. Wanted to finally run that marathon? On the list. Wanted to juice cleanse your way to inner peace? That made it too.
There’s really only one lesson to take away here… You can’t win the big game by playing for real for only half the game. That may get you through the playoffs, but when it really matters, you’re screwed.
Winning the season takes having your head and your heart in the game every play – it’s about executing on the little plays that inch you forward and get you to first down, one after the other, and doing that well.
Waiting for the second half to start playing, well, means you won’t win.
Outside of the office, everyone has their own unique personality. They are interesting, funny, articulate, sharp, jerky, silly, brave, and a whole lot in between. (more…)
I’m experiencing something interesting working with the full spectrum of Gen Y, Gen X, Boomers, and Millenials all mushed up into a thing called work. It seems that with each new generation entering the workforce, the expectations of how fast things have to happen gets faster.
A small tweak in perspective can go a long way. (more…)