As our companies grow, or as we rise through the ranks in our business, it’s easy to forget what it’s like to be one of the “workers.”
Author Archive | Chuck Violand
As ridiculous as this might sound, handling finances and financial success is a learned skill.
The virus to which I’m referring is still alive, well and thriving in far too many companies.
Most of us have an over-active need for the approval of others. In the process, we let other people or things get in the way of what we could (and should) be. Even worse, we don’t achieve what we personally want out of life.
Please see David Pollay’s excellent book “The Law of the Garbage Truck”
There’s an epidemic of Beta Talk in business today and I think it’s hurting rather than helping.
Reminding yourself of Sir Winston’s words to “Never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never…” might help sustain you through the rough patches that are a natural part of every cleaning and restoration business.
How to work through adversity and stay on the path to success and sustained growth
Yes, there are significant emotional and financial rewards that come along with the CEO title. However, there are also pitfalls to be avoided.
Are you continuing to develop your own skills to help you keep up with an ever changing workplace? OR have you started to coast?
One of a CEO’s main responsibilities is to “grow their people”. How is this done?
“Holding yourself accountable” by answering some uncomfortable (and very soul-searching) questions will make a huge difference in your business… and your life!
You as the owner or manager in your company simply can’t count on the people around you to hold you accountable!
In the grand scheme of things all business challenges and issues (even as overwhelming as they may feel at the time) pale in comparison to the loss of love or to debilitating health.
Showing respect for someone doesn’t have to be grand and flashy. There are countless, every-day ways in which it can be demonstrated.