The best performing CEOs in the world achieved that position through the sustained application of a few simple strategies. What can you learn from them?
What rules are you following? Are they valid? How do you know if they are the right rules? What questions do you need to ask to find out
There will always be onerous tasks to complete, like mowing the lawn. Taking pride in the result will help motivate you to do it again.
What does ownership mean to you? How are you taking ownership? How are you encouraging your team to take ownership?
Fight or flight is a normal human response to life threatening situations. Many of todays ‘threats’, however, are not life or death situations.
Even a basic planning process is better than no process at all.
Distraction is the enemy of creativity. There are always things to do. If allowed autonomy over how we spend our time we can create space for innovation.
If you are finding it hard to achieve your goals it may be because it is not important enough to you. Here is a process to test if that’s true.
Developing your language around strengths may help you see more of them, both in yourself and others.