What gets us to our destination? Vision? Mission? Good intentions? Actually…none of the above. What gets us where we’d like to go is moving forward on a path that leads to there. It’s really two-fold. Being on the right path…and
Ever found yourself in an un-winnable situation? Maybe you’ve tried to succeed at something only to realize that the game was basically rigged and only the house could win…unless you changed the rules? Without a doubt one of the most
For a so cal boy this has been a good first week here in Rocklin. When we arrived on Wednesday the smoke from the fires was pretty heavy. I told everyone it smelled like the OC.Tonight it’s spaghetti, prepared by
One of the quotes I refer to almost daily is that "your organization is perfectly designed to produce the results that you’re currently experiencing." Something I picked up from Andy Stanley, a very smart guy. It’s a simple statement. Not
Nothing like moving the couch back out the door. Glad it’s not me!
Picked up How Customers Think by Gerald Zaltman for a little light beach reading…uh, no. Interesting stuff though. And it has so much to do with everything we’re trying to do. Basic premise? Lack of awareness of how customers really
Fireworks later tonight. For now? A great sunset behind the palms. It’ll have to do for this so cal boy. Wed we leave for Rocklin.
Just checked out the Squidoo site of the day, How to Dispose of Batteries. Good stuff over there. I know this isn’t about strategy or mission or vision, but it is about change…the personal kind. If you’re beginning to switch
Are you the type that needs facts and figures to make important decisions? Or do you rely on gut feelings or intuition? The challenge right now might be that we’re no longer in a time when gut sense is reliable.
If you give presentations (or preezoes as my friend John calls them), you need to check out this webinar by Nancy Duarte of Duarte Design. She was "one of the gurus" behind Al Gore’s Inconvient Truth presentation. Definitely worth taking