Here is a very true, as in it happened yesterday, story on why everyone should share their goals with others. You just never know how someone else can help you accomplish your goals.
Did the vague headline pull you in? What are we managing and what are we improving? At times it feels like all life is made up of managing and trying to improve something while dealing with constant change.
I can recall the night my parents took us to a night full of poster board, glue sticks, stacks of magazines and plenty of people I didn't know. It's one of my memories from childhood that still stands out. One that had a large impact on my life moving forward.
Mark your calendar! Our last Coffee and Coaching is set for Nov. 12 and you shouldn't miss it.
I have always found it interesting how many different seasons there are once you become an adult. As a child you tend to believe in four seasons- spring, summer, fall, winter- or maybe two seasons- school season and summer season.
If you could create more time in your day, would you?
We know you are busy. We hear it ALL the time from nearly every client, friend and prospect. On one hand we know this makes everyone happy- being busy should mean you are doing TONS of business, right? But what if being busy means the opposite?
We hear it all when we talk about our High-Performance Sales Program. Our program costs too much money. The potential student doesn’t have the time to go to sales training. I’ve been selling all my life so why do I need your sales training now? I read a lot of books on selling, I’m good with those.
Today's Tactical Tuesday update comes from our friends at Turner Time Management, LLC. Turner Time Management, owned by Steve Turner, helps clients get the most from technology they use every day plus learn about processes they may not be using.
I, Sarah, came across this article in my feedly.com account and had to share it. There is so much talk about mental health in our country. Some of it is good, some of it is bad, and at times it feels like it's another way to put a demerit against the youngest generation in the workforce.
Lessons, mistakes and failure are three experiences most everyone has gone through at different parts of their lives. Recently, at Growth Dynamics we have been hearing the word “failure” more and more from individuals we are working with.