I would love to have five dollars for every time a business owner says to me, “I want my employees to think like an owner.” “Oh, really!,” I respond…
Lately, I’ve started noticing a lot of actions that have unintended consequences, and sometimes they backfire.
Creativity takes time. It requires space. Space to muse. Space to think. Space unconstrained by time. Creativity is timeless.
When things don’t go well, it is easy to take on all the responsibility, maybe blame someone else, and cry in our beer (or wine).
Why not put a problem in front of others and see what they come up with? You might be surprised by the outcome.
So many books, blogs, and podcasts purport to help you in writing your own success story, to help you develop your purpose. But they don’t work for me.
Finding the passion that lies deep within to drive you for the rest of your life seems to be a struggle for so many of us.
Yet we never seem to find the answer.