Category : Clarity

Clarity Leadership

Decision Points, Delegation, Process and Business Development

“The secret is to gang up on the problem, rather than each other.”
– Thomas Stallkamp

Power silos, executive silos, departmental silos, and failure to reach out and gather information wherever it is available has been the downfall of many executives and companies. This failure to reach out has negatively affected decision points, neutralized the power of delegation and collaboration, and limited process and business development.

Decision Points

A decision point is that point at which you decide to change some aspect of your business that involves redirection. The decision has an impact on operations: how you deliver services, produce product, or interact with your suppliers, contractors, and target client group or groups. It is a turning point.

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Clarity Goal Setting Motivation

Balancing Your Business Demands with Your Life

Repeating Patterns, Like Habits, can be Pleasing or Annoying

 Repeating Patterns, Like Habits, can be Pleasing or Annoying

“How many people are trapped in their everyday habits: part numb, part frightened, part indifferent? To have a better life, we must keep choosing how we’re living.”

  Albert Einstein

If you aren’t bouncing out of bed in the morning, or finding laughter and happiness intermingled throughout your day, it’s time to step back and take a look at what you are doing and how you are doing it.

Does your life feel a bit like you are running on and on, and there is no light at the end of the tunnel? Does it feel as if the joy and fun are seeping out of your life? Is it possible depression is seeping into your life?

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Clarity Goal Setting Motivation

Patterns, Plans, Persistence, and Pain: Pathways to Business Success

Persistence

“You will never change your life until you change something you do DAILY.

The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.”

John C. Maxwell

Persistence, if you have been following my writings for any length of time, is a recent topic. Two weeks ago, I wrote about persistence from the perspective of managing self-change in business. So how is this week’s focus different? There is overlap; and yet, I want to address and emphasize the issues of patterns of behavior, patterns in the way we interact with others, and patterns in how we structure our day that have such powerful impact on our businesses. And too, I want you to pay attention to which patterns are serving you, which are obstructing you in you business and, which patterns you have not yet developed that could make a world of difference to your level of success.

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