In today's fast-paced world, effective collaboration is the key to success for any team. Teams that work together seamlessly can achieve their goals faster and more efficiently than those who struggle with communication and ownership. But how can you maximize your team's ownership and create an environment of true collaboration? In this blog post, I’ll explore some key strategies that will help you build a strong sense of ownership within your team and foster effective collaboration like never before!
This blog post is in partnership with my dear friend Shane Hipps. Shane is a performance coach to CEOs and Fortune 50 leaders. For more than 20 years, he has served leaders from some of the biggest and best-known organizations in the world, including Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Target, the CIA, the US Army, and the US Airforce.
As a multi #1 best-selling author of 5 books and speaker who shared the stage with luminaries like Simon Sinek, John Maxwell, and Jim Collins,...
In today's fast-paced and ever-changing business landscape, clarity is perhaps more important than ever before. With so many competing demands on our attention and resources, it can be easy to lose sight of what matters in achieving our goals. That's why clarity should be your top priority as a business leader - because without it, you may find yourself struggling to make sense of the challenges ahead. Whether you're trying to communicate effectively with employees or customers, develop new products or services, or navigate complex regulatory environments, having a clear sense of purpose and direction will help you stay focused and achieve success over the long term. In this blog post, we'll explore why clarity is so important for businesses today and offer some tips on how to prioritize it in your organization.
Introduction to Clarity in Business
The ability to communicate is essential in business. After all, if you can't explain your ideas to clients or customers, how can...
It's a common belief that in the world of business, profits and caring for others are at odds with each other. But what if I told you that this couldn't be further from the truth? In fact, research shows that there is a surprising connection between profits and caring in business. In this blog post, I’ll explore how prioritizing empathy and compassion can not only make your business more successful financially but also have a positive impact on society as a whole.
The topic and insights from this blog post come from a recent chat I had with my dear friend, Tara Milburn, a true trailblazer in the world of women in business and entrepreneurship. With her extensive experience spanning over 30 years, Tara is a proven leader who understands the power of using business to tackle global challenges head-on.
Her non-traditional beginnings in the startup ecosystem began in the early nineties when she successfully founded privately funded arenas for both NHL's Vancouver...
Entrepreneurship is no longer just a business term anymore – it’s a way of life. You don’t need to be an entrepreneur to be entrepreneurial. You just need to cultivate an entrepreneurial attitude. This is exactly what people feel in their gut every day and why they desire the direction to enable their entrepreneurial spirit.
No one embodies this entrepreneurial spirit more than Courtney Weaver. Courtney took the plunge into entrepreneurship years ago to pursue passions and dreams, and to build something of her own with her own set of principles.
Courtney is the CEO of Weaver Sales Academy, a sales training organization for insurance professionals. Courtney co-founded Weaver Sales Academy with her husband Michael, and after almost a decade in business, she knows a thing or two about building life on her terms.
Courtney’s podcast, Ambitious Hippies, also covers the principles of living life on your own terms. There’s no one better to...
Are you an entrepreneur, woman, or mother looking to create your ideal life? If so, you're in the right place! According to Renee Warren, with the right mindset and approach, you can create a life that is truly meaningful and fulfilling. Renee Warren is an award-winning entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, author, and founder of We Wild Women, a platform that helps entrepreneurs start and scale their businesses. She’s also the host of the celebrated podcast, Into the Wild, a program that features curated interviews with women entrepreneurs and provides actionable advice to women who are launching or growing their own dream businesses.
Renee advocates for a life by design and in this blog, you'll learn how to take control of your life and create the one you've always dreamed of. Through simple, actionable steps, you can create a life that is full of joy and purpose.
So let's get started on creating your ideal life!
How To Plan Your Ideal Life
Everyone has a passion they'd like to turn into something more. Whether it's painting, cooking, writing, or coaching — if you have the drive and ambition to do something bigger with your passion, entrepreneurship can be the key. But how do you get started?
Inner Child Healing Coach and successful business owner, Kathryn Ducey, has some great advice for aspiring entrepreneurs who want to take their passion to the next level. She believes that passion is one of the most important elements for success. From her experience founding her own business and online courses, she has several tips for turning your passion into something more than a hobby.
When you think about the people you know who are great at what they do. More than likely, a passion for their work underpins their performance. Kathryn’s story is no different. While working through childhood trauma in her 30s, Kathryn’s passion for childhood healing was revealed. While navigating the ups and downs of...
Being a parent is hard enough, but being a parent and an entrepreneur can feel like an impossible tightrope act. How can you possibly balance the demands of running a business with the demands of raising a family? The answer is conscious parenting.
What is conscious parenting? It’s the act of making a deliberate effort to be present and mindful in your parenting, while also staying attuned to your children’s emotional needs. I first learned about conscious parenting when my husband and I wanted to have more parenting tools for our six-year-old twins. That’s when we started working with Kim Marshall, the Founder of Roots & Wings Childhood. Through Roots & Wings Childhood, parents can work with Kim one on one to learn how to parent consciously. Kim really helps parents shift from surviving to thriving with her wealth of knowledge.
In addition to her parenting expertise, Kim also knows a thing or two about entrepreneurship and founding a business. Once a...