Aim Higher: How to handle some tricky interview situations

Don’t let these interview and hiring circumstances trip you up. It’s one of the most stressful parts of work for many people—the interview process. And not just for the new hire! Finding, attracting, interviewing, and bringing on new team members is a crucial and challenging role for good managers and leaders. This week, my expert […]

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Rest is Essential to Growth

For this month’s post revisit, I wanted to share a post that I originally wrote in 2021. Not that long ago, but I think that many people were surprised that this last school year was more challenging than the previous one.  There is not much I can add to this post other than this is […]

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3 Successful Innovation Insights Learned from the History of the Full Focus Planner

When the Full Focus Planner was developed, we had no idea that it would take off and become over half of our business. Five years and one million planners later, Michael Hyatt, Megan Hyatt Miller, and Chief Product Officer Joel Miller talk about the three valuable insights they learned that transformed their business.

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Questions from Mail Bag: Stress, Persuasion, and Blame

Aim Higher: Expert advice on stress, persuasion, and blame.     Have you ever had a boss who stresses you out? Do your ideas seem to fall on deaf ears? Or do you feel like you get blamed for things you didn’t do?   This week on the “Aim Higher” podcast my panel of business and HR […]

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How to Grow Your Influence with Becky Robinson

Grow your influence If your digital personality doesn’t match the value you provide in person? That’s a problem. Learn why being authentic online so important from author and digital marketing expert Becky Robinson.   “If you want to be memorable, identify the value that you have to offer.” – Becky Robinson     I’ve interviewed […]

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Quitting or Starting Something New?

I believe it is essential to stick with things and work your way through them. Except when I don’t. Here is an example; you work for several years getting an education degree, and then you go into the profession to realize that it is not for you.   Or maybe, you have been at a job […]

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3 Essential Tasks an Executive Assistant Can Do for You

There is no position that is more important for a successful business owner than finding a world-class Executive Assistant. But, despite this simple fact, many leaders and business owners either don’t have an EA or they don’t use their EA effectively.

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Reflections on the Life of Robert Goolrick

In Memoriam of Robert Goolrick I have conversations with more authors than I can remember and have learned many lessons from these interactions. Some of these authors travel along a spiral that transcends the interview, becoming acquaintances, mentors, and counselors. Traveling to the epicenter of the spiral would be a few who are the rarest […]

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Bonus: Michael’s EA Spills the Beans!

Listen: As a leader with enough on your plate, you simple need an executive assistant. If you already have an EA, it’s important that you’re leveraging as much value as you can out of this vital role within your company. In case we haven’t convinced you of the importance of a world-class EA, then this […]

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Increasing Confidence to Accelerate Competence

I saw this TikTok video from Brian Fretwell on the idea of “accountability,” I am not sure the message pushes the concept of accountability, but it is an excellent message nonetheless.   @brian_fretwell This is the accountability we teach #story #parents #reportcard ♬ original sound – Brian Fretwell   I struggle with the idea that […]

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