When our daughter was 3 1/2 years old, she wanted her ears pierced. She constantly whined and pleaded, but her mother didn’t feel she was ready to take care of them herself. I tried to convince her she really didn’t want to have her ears pierced. “They use a big needle. It’s going to hurt,” I’d say. But she was… Click Here to Continue Reading
People ask me why the Catapult process works so well. I typically tell them that it is a combination of things. First the three components: mastermind group, business education, and business coaching all contribute to the development of the chief executive.
The mastermind process is critical to learning from other CEOs, testing your ideas, receiving feedback, and shortening the growth… Click Here to Continue Reading
Some business owners consider working long hard hours to succeed in their business as a “badge of honor.” Many people like to discuss the amount of hours they’ve worked, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, the more they invest in this mindset, the more that badge of honor slowly transitions to work burnout. Results count much more than time.… Click Here to Continue Reading
A flourishing business won’t happen overnight, and it won’t happen from just one person. Cooperation is a key component to a successful business. Here’s why you’ll want to motivate employees on your team.
Why Motivate Employees?
Hard-working employees are a necessity for business leaders. This kind of employee exudes confidence, trust, and self-motivation.
1. Make Them Feel Important, Because They… Click Here to Continue Reading
This is a guest contribution by Dr. Paul H. Jenkins, Ph.D., Positivity Psychologist
Down Is Default
Why can it be so hard to stay positive? Why is it so easy to get sucked into the negativity trap? Unless there is some force to the contrary, Mother Nature’s default is downhill. Mountains erode, buildings crumble, roads deteriorate, bridges eventually collapse. Rain… Click Here to Continue Reading