Monthly Archives: March 2014

Hiring well is an art

Hiring well is an art. As an executive coach, I find that organizations often miss the mark on this key issue. Though everyone wants a high-performing team, many organizations struggle to build their “dream team.” When working with these teams, I often share this quote by leadership expert, John Maxwell:  “All’s well that begins well.” […]

The Sinking Boat

In 2007, I was failing miserably…and my clients were failing miserably. At the time, I was mentoring a couple as they started a new business. We were highly focused on their next steps for success. We were doing everything necessary to take their business to the next level. There was only one problem. They were […]

Your attitude. Your success.

“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude.” Zig Ziglar Is your attitude critical to your success? Does the way you “show up” each day really matter? Many people believe that they should be judged solely on their results. I would argue, however, that what you do matters less than how you do it. […]

Coaching with Rick

Rick is passionate about helping his coaching clients identify roadblocks that are holding them back from achieving their true potential. During his coaching sessions, Rick guides his clients through a process of goal setting, self-discovery and goal achieving. Having your own coach is probably the most direct and effective way to improve personal and professional […]

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