Many companies drop the baton when handing off the reins of the company to the next generation/leader. There are 2 key things to consider before making the move. Mitch reveals these two critical elements in this short video.
One of my favorite outdoor activities is quail hunting. If you are like me, I get as much out of watching a good pointer work the fields as I do shooting quail. When you are watching a good pointer work, you see an animal doing what it was created to do. Pointers, in general, have three purposes in the field: … Read More
The term, “lonely at the top” has real meaning for many CEOs. In a CEO Snapshot Survey, 61% of CEOs report experiencing feelings of loneliness in their role, and they know it hinders their performance. If you are a first-time CEO, the percentage rises to 70%. It should not be a shocker that pastors have similar feelings at the same … Read More
If you are a frustrated CEO or head of sales and having that painful discussions about missing your revenue targets, well it is your fault. You were fooled at the interview. Let me clarify, I too have been in that situation before. I used to joke that I fired more sales reps than I hired. But all of that changed … Read More
Finding the right person in today’s environment can be difficult. We give you a few tips to consider to ensure you get the right person and keep them. With employment rates at all-time lows, finding the right person for that open position is harder to fill today than ever. If you desire to scale your business and improve your overall … Read More