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This is the podcast for leaders and those who should be leading. It’s a powerful gathering of people of influence in the areas of business, community and faith.
It’s a challenge when you are the boss of yourself. Who is going to hold you accountable? Who is going to make sure you perform your duties with excellence?
It’s the biggest question an entrepreneur will face. Or at least it should be. That is, “What is the appropriate level of risk for me and this organization?”
As leaders, we are among the world’s worst control freaks. We often struggle with an unrelenting desire to have everything go exactly the way we want it go.
Most leaders and entrepreneurs excel at being focused, clear visioned and persistent. Which is exactly why we struggle the most when it comes to making a change.
For entrepreneurs, there is joy in the pursuit of success. Unfortunately, another common emotion experienced by business owners is the fear of failure.
Everybody loves winning a deal. It’s exciting when you get to put that shovel in the dirt on that new project. Yet, this is not where the money is really made.
Everyone wants a highly motivated team. Few find this goal easy to accomplish. The external challenges you’re facing make this task more difficult than ever.
It’s one of the hot buzzwords today. Leaders should be transparent. But, what does this really mean? And who exactly should these leaders be transparent with?
When you start a business, you need to take on almost any opportunity that comes your way. As your capacity fills, this same approach can get you into trouble.
If you’ve been hiring employees for a while, then you’ve certainly discovered some real gems. And, most likely, you’ve probably picked a few bad apples as well.
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