Check The Ego.

It’s natural for anyone in a leadership position to blame subordinate leaders and direct reports when something goes wrong. Our egos don’t like to take blame. But it’s on us as leaders to see where we failed to communicate effectively and help our troops clearly understand what their roles and responsibilities are and how their actions impact the bigger strategic picture.

12: Tony Booth: Successful Construction Project Management & Leadership

NITCH Radio Ep. 12

Tony Booth Successful Construction Project Management & Leadership EPISODE 12 – June 26th, 2017 In this episode I’m honored to get the opportunity to interview my new friend, Tony Booth. Tony is an all around amazing individual who takes pride in his work and performs all his work with integrity, which I admire. Podcast: Play in […]

The 3 Cash Flow Patterns Of The Poor, Middle Class, & The Rich

From the standing desk of Kyle Nitchen Subj: Cash Flow — Getting rich is a taboo topic in our society. Often times, being rich or even desiring to become rich can be mistaken for being greedy, selfish, or gluttonous. Every day, every one of us is confronted with money requirements and limitations:

Charisma University Review: Can You Learn a Real Life Superpower?

Have you heard about Charisma University? CU was founded by Charlie Houpert & Ben Altman from Charisma On Command. Maybe you’ve seen one of their popular YouTube videos. I stumbled upon Charisma University when I had just moved to Miami Beach – a city I’d never been to before.

05: The 35 Critical Business Terms Everyone Should Know

The Kyle Nitch Podcast Ep. 05

 35 Critical Business Terms Practicing the Language of Business & Money EPISODE 05 – February 18, 2017 This episode of the podcast is formatted differently than any previous episodes. Earlier this week, I was having a conversation with some respected businessmen. During that conversation I noticed a big difference in the way they spoke, specifically in the terminology […]

Why I Started A Blog

(and why you might want to, too)

Ever since I started creating content online and on social media, I’ve been asked this question several times (and even more so in the past 30 days). “Kyle, why did you start your blog? What are you goals with this? But why?!”  Richard Branson said: “I’m prepared to try anything once.”