Category Archives for "Planning"

How to avoid information obesity

One of the conditions that hampers executive performance is information obesity. Information obesity is the condition of mental clutter consisting of too much undigested, unrelated, and unindexed information in one’s mind. There is more media and information available on our smartphones than we could digest in multiple lifetimes. It is an endless buffet, so we […]

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How is your intellectual factory?

I just had a conversation with a colleague about their ailing computer. It is slow,  unreliable, and crash-prone. She was trying to figure out how to keep it limping along for a few more months to save a few dollars. Now, please keep in mind that my friend is an expert high-level consultant who spends […]

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Ten Things That Keep You Stuck On Your Plateau

How do you know whether you are stuck on a plateau in your life? Here are a few telltale signs: You are working harder than ever and not making any progress. It feels like your foot is on the brake and the gas at the same time. You lack enthusiasm for what you are doing. […]

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15 Ways To Improve Your Annual Planning Retreat

Annual planning retreats are essential for organizations. It brings your team together in a powerful way, creates your operating plan, and allows you to tune your strategy. Time away together to celebrate and strategize are linchpins for business success. For nearly 20 years, teams from around the country have come to work with me on […]

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