Why Small Victories Set Up Big Wins (& How To Do Just That)

Why Small Victories Set Up Big Wins (& How To Do Just That)

I am 12# fatter from when I left my 9-5 job. It’s one of the costs associated with leaving an active job for creating a business. 

About a month ago, I finally had it. I became determined to get back into my workout routine and stop the madness. Just this week, as May-grey/June-gloom left Orange County we had our first break of 70 degrees, I was quite nervous as I went to the dreaded ‘shorts’ drawer. (I hate the first weeks of wearing shorts, I am self-conscious and feel like a pasty white stuffed sausage.) I held my breath as I pulled shorts up, voíla…button-able. (Insert victory dance). 

Why Top Performers Fail at Transitioning to Leadership (& How to Help)

Why Top Performers Fail at Transitioning to Leadership (& How to Help)

"Disappointment is the nurse of wisdom." - Boyle Roche

I've had my fair share of disappointment, some much worse than others. When I go to the freezer to attack the Moose Tracks ice cream only to be left with a blank spot where it should be and an empty container in the trash: mild to medium level of disappointment depends on the day.

Taking the top sales performer, the one who has cracked the code, is the best at what s/he does, give them the opportunity to lead others...