Let The Competition Work For You

Building Champions Blog
March 17, 2015

Team MeetingWhen I started my sales career, I despised my competition. I hated losing sales to them, I hated how they swept in at the last minute to offer a low price alternative to my clients, and most of all I hated them because every time they won, it meant I lost. When I matured as a leader and became more experienced in the free market economy, I began to realize my competition was not my number one enemy, nor was it deserving of my loathing…Continue reading

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AMA’s Top 30 Leaders in Business 2014

American Management Association
February 18, 2015

The American Management Association has released their list of Top Leaders in Business for 2014. The list consists of authors, bloggers, and other thought leaders that are shaping the way business is done with excellence.

I highly encourage you to review the list and see if there is a book, blog, or leader you should engage this year to help  you increase your leadership capacity.

To your success,

Coach Dan

Is Your Purpose Revealed In Your Plans?

Your purpose is your primary compass, helping you to always stay focused on your reason for existence as a company. Acting as a compass, your purpose will guide you through the ups and downs of different business cycles, challenges, and keep you headed toward your long-term strategic goals. The people you love, serve, and lead are counting on you to infuse your plans and goals with purpose.

Purpose Is Our Compass

Brene BrownOur willingness to own and engage with our vulnerability determines the depth of our courage and the clarity of our purpose; the level to which we protect ourselves from being vulnerable is a measure of our fear and disconnection.

 

Brene Brown
Daring Greatly (New York: Gotham Books, 2012), 2

Deliver The Best Year-End Team Meeting

This past week I had the privilege and opportunity to spend time with one of our largest clients in Atlanta, GA. They created a unique space for fellowship, reflection on the previous year, planning for the future, and equipping its leaders to execute on strategies which will lead them closer to their 2020 vision. I was inspired by the experience and want to share with you some of the best practices I observed.

Team Meeting

Finish The Year Strong

The final 90 days of the year are upon us. All the plans you made, goals you set, and promises you made will be examined, scrutinized, and assessed in the weeks ahead. Before you put yourself under the microscope and start counting the wins and losses, you need to remember there are still 90 days of life and leadership left in the year.

Finish Strong - 90 Day Plan