Discover the 'Short List, Long Table' method: a focused approach to business prioritization, balancing immediate tasks with future ideas.
Small business success hinges not just on the entrepreneur's vision but on fostering future leaders within. Delve into our roadmap for elevating team members, transforming them from day-to-day managers to visionaries who can steer the ship in your stead.
True leadership transcends personal boundaries, focusing on the collective 'we' over the individual 'me'. Rooted in compassion and vulnerability, it demands choices that benefit the majority, even when they contradict our personal interests.
Grappling with imposter syndrome, I often question my worth as a leader, despite evidence of my abilities. Rooted in past experiences, these doubts persist. Yet, through strategic measures and engagement with peers, I navigate these challenges.
Amidst the accolades of professional achievements lies a lesser-discussed realm: 'success burnout'. While we chase milestones and celebrate accomplishments, it's crucial to recognize the unexpected emotional aftermath that can accompany these triumphs.
We're often told that time is our most valuable asset. Yet, many entrepreneurs in knowledge-based fields overlook the practicality of selling it. Why is this approach not more widespread?
In this episode of They Don’t Teach This in Business School, Steve Rosenberg of The GSD Group shares valuable business ownership lessons including a memorable story about a #2 pencil. Tune in for great insights into how to work a network and ensure successful follow-up. And don't miss Rosenberg's thoughts on what the OPPOSITE of success is.