In every organization, there is a person that acts as the translator. They live split between two worlds. They must think and act as visionaries with the owner of the business, but they must also unpack these ideas into tactical steps for the rest of the team. Living in between these two worlds can be difficult.
This is the most important question you can ask yourself.
It defines the finish line. It provides a benchmark to measure the results. It gives you a way to make sense of the data and feel fulfilled when you get there.
All great ideas come from somewhere. They have an origin.
The origin is the place where the company, idea, or project was born. You can trace the path back to a specific moment or a series of moments that started it all.
Delegating is not a choice. If you fail to empower others, you are actively choosing to limit your organization's capacity. You became the lid on the growth potential of the organization.
Irreplaceable leaders limit organizations.
Irreplaceable leaders lack the most important attribute needed to grow an organization.
When your organization is looking for more opportunities, maybe what you should really pursue is a better ability to make decisions regarding the options you already have.
Are you celebrating your success?
Doesn't matter if the glass is half empty or half full. All that matters is that you are the one pouring the water. - Mark Cuban
Many people will experience success, but few will experience mastery. Lots of businesses have a successful product launch, but can they repeat it?
Will you face the fear of today or the regret of forever?