Own Your Calendar – Just Say No

Own Your Calendar – Just Say No

There are always people that will want to be a part of your calendar. This is a place to be a bit selfish with your time. It’s great to help others but you want your time to be valued. Perhaps 10 percent of your time can be devoted to “miscellaneous” provided that the...
The Value of Community

The Value of Community

I currently lead a national networking organization called (wait for it!) THE Networking Group. At this point, TNG has over 80 Members nationally with Communities in New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Boston, Atlanta, Florida, Chicago, and San Francisco. Although we...
What Are Your Priorities This Week?

What Are Your Priorities This Week?

What projects do you need to complete this week? Do you need to follow up with prospects? Is there social media work that needs to be done? What Revenue Producing Activities (RPA) do you need to complete? Begin by making a list and checking it twice. Is your sense of...
How to Realize your One-year Vision

How to Realize your One-year Vision

Can you believe we’re almost halfway through the year? It’s the beginning of May! Are you halfway toward your One-Year Vision? Do you have a One-Year Vision? This might be the perfect time to reflect, reboot, and determine what you want your business or practice to...
How to Be More Referable

How to Be More Referable

Initially, you need to be liked. (Unfortunate, I know.) That’s online too! If you’re not liked, nothing else matters. I’m not going to refer someone I don’t like, even if they’re great at what they do. (The exception might be a brain surgeon – I may not like him, but...
Play to Your Strengths

Play to Your Strengths

I received an email from a kid from my old neighborhood named Cody. I haven’t been in touch with Cody for 9 years, so it made my day to receive his note. I used to play football with him and a group of his friends across the street as the “official quarterback”. The...
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