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Have you every started off a day or week by saying to yourself, “There is no way we’re going to get everything done that we need to do?”
Can you imagine what it would be like if you had no competition in your business? None at all.
Many people decide to start a business with the idea that it’s going to change their lives in so many marvelous ways.
In this special episode of the Two Are Gathered Leadership podcast we hear from Co-Host Jim Johnson only six weeks after his recent open heart surgery.
There are few things leaders and entrepreneurs enjoy more than being in control. The truth is we never really are in control. It’s a leadership delusion.
If we’re in leadership. If we’re entrepreneurs. There is an excellent chance we’re heard this phrase throughout our lifetimes: You are SO stubborn.
One thing virtually every leader and entrepreneur wants to do…is to grow.
How future proof is you business? How well prepared are you for all of the things that could go wrong?
When you get into a leadership role one of the first great challenges you’ll have to face is realizing that things are much different than they are advertised.
What is one of the most common questions a young entrepreneur will ask a much more experienced business owner?
Leadership is about vision. Unfortunately, there are those times in the leader’s voyage when things get hazy…they get foggy…and uncertain.
You have your favorite restaurant. One you’ve enjoyed for years. But…then something has changed. It’s just not as good as it used to be.
As leaders, in order for us to be successful, we must be excellent communicators. This is something we need to grow in each and every day.
At the entrepreneur level, you really don’t have time to be attending all of these multiple networking events, passing out business cards like frisbees.
There are few greater challenges we will face in leadership than owning our own business. But, there are also some fantastic and seldom celebrated benefits.
How many times have we heard this phrase: Patience is a virtue? But is this true when it comes to business?
There is a big difference between winning the lottery and winning in business. Yet, many entrepreneurs sometimes get these confused.
One of the dark secrets of entrepreneurism is that it’s not all that it’s made out to be. This realization can bring on a bad case of the business owner blues.
Who goes into business wanting to be a so-so leader? No…as leaders and entrepreneurs…we want to be high performance!
As leaders of organizations, as entrepreneurs, as wild-eyed inventors…we as a people…love getting things started.
We all need friends. We all need friendships with others. The question is…do we need business friendships?
Is your project or business running out of money? You’re not alone. This is an ongoing challenge for entrepreneurs.
We’re the leader. The entrepreneur. We’re the boss. We can choose our own path. Don’t we have a right to be…irresponsible at times?
Most of our listeners are entrepreneurs, are working with entrepreneurs or are thinking someday about being entrepreneurs. Here is what you need to know.
As entrepreneurs we are uniquely designed to go against the grain, to stop listening to how everyone says things should be done and to go out and do it our own way.
Traction is one of the most treasured elements of leadership. It’s also one of the most elusive. Just when you think you’ve got it…it starts slipping away.
One of the greatest joys of being a leader is when you get to assemble talent around you. It’s also one of your most important tasks to maximize this talent.
If you were to take all of the leadership books ever written on the topic of running an organization or a business, you could sum them up into one simple question. That question? "Are you going to do this the EASY WAY...or the HARD WAY?" In this day of hacks,...
How do leaders and entrepreneurs keep their heads up when their world is crumbling around them? Simply, by counting their blessings.
The pursuit of leadership glory comes with many twists and bends in the road. Sadly, so many arrive at the destination and say, "Is this it?" Much of this disappointment is due to the fact they realize they were seeking out the wrong treasure. Then, as if it's dust in...