On A Mountain & At The Beach In The Same Day | The Journey 10
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My real power comes from doing the right things for the rights reasons, not from my title or the ability to tell others what to do.
Announcing My New Business Project | The Journey 09
In this video I announce my new business project that I’ll be working on for the next few months. Not only am I excited that I’ll be learning a ton of new things; I’m also excited to be documenting the process. My goal is lay out the system so anyone else with the desire to run a successful e-commerce store can use my strategy as a proxy. I hope you enjoy and make sure to subscribe so you can stay tuned for the development of my new e-commerce store. 🙂
Life is a project and you are the manager. Create your schedule. Monitor your budget. Meet your goals.
Kyle Nitchen interviewed by Tony Booth – CEO of AMETA Construction Services and host of The Contracting Coachcast on iTunes.
Topics discussed: construction management, general contracting, successful subcontracting, overcoming challenges, improving client satisfaction, self-improvement, people skills, leadership, and much, much more . . .
This article is a guest post by my friend over at ContractingCoach.com, Tony Booth. Tony is the host of the Contracting Coachcast on iTunes, Co-Founder of Builder’s Grid, and Creator of the Contracting Coach Academy.
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.