Secret to Mastery In the pursuit of success, be it in your career, relationships, or personal development, there exists a secret to mastery that often eludes many. It's a single principle, a hidden gem known only to [...]
Slight Edge In today's fast-paced world, we are constantly searching for quick ways to succeed. However, in pursuing personal growth and success, it's the small, consistent actions that can lead to monumental changes. This concept, known as [...]
Transforming Dreams into Reality In today's fast-paced world, where distractions abound and time is at a premium, it's easy to feel like life is simply passing us by. However, there is a proven way to take control of [...]
All-In-One Business Management Running a small business can be challenging, especially when managing multiple aspects of your operations independently. After trying many of the various business management platforms that promised could help streamline my business processes and save [...]
SENIOR ENLISTED MEMBER TALKS PROFESSIONALISM I shared a conversation recently with a senior enlisted member of the special operations community, who prefers to remain anonymous. In this article, we'll just call him Senior. He and I were talking [...]
As a result of the pandemic, people have been asking how they can effectively network when no real face-to-face events are occurring. Below are 10 tips to help you network effectively using LinkedIn. ☑ Tip 1: Host a [...]
5 Things Blue Collar Employers Look for In a Hire Blue Collar Skills While some assume that “unskilled” or “low-skilled” labor jobs also referred to as blue collar jobs, don’t have any skill requirements, as implied by their [...]
Aligning Your Objectives to Reach Your Career Goals You may think that objectives and goals are different words for the same concept, but there is a distinct difference. Goals include your primary ideal outcome, and they tend to [...]
Don’t Let Others Determine Your Worth This month at Vision to Purpose, we’re talking all about knowing your worth, and I can’t stress enough how important of a topic this is. There are so many lies and opinions [...]
Work and COVID-19 - Successfully Transitioning Work and COVID-19? The current global pandemic of COVID-19 is something most of us have never seen the likes of before in our lives. This situation brings with it fear, anxiety, and [...]
5 Easy Tips for Curbing Procrastination Procrastination Procrastination is an insidious energy drain that will keep you from completing the goals you set for yourself. Are you dreaming about owning your own business? Maybe you want to find [...]
Four Indicators that Reveal if You are Actually Listening to the Smart People You Hired! The other day, I noticed a quote posted on LinkedIn that made me smile. Below is the quote: "It doesn’t make sense to hire smart people and tell [...]
Great Leaders Know They MUST Do Four Things to Cultivate Respect within the Organization In nearly 30 years of working, I can truthfully state that I have worked for some good leaders, some not so good leaders and, thankfully, some really [...]
Are YOUR Best Practices Still Best Practices?
It is no secret that if an organization wants to thrive in an ever-changing environment they must be willing to adapt to new circumstances as they arise. In times of change, trust me, there is no shortage of advice from experts telling us to use best practices if we want our organization to succeed. Why a best practice?
5 Reasons Why Employees in Your Organization Might NOT Embrace Your Vision
You are a GREAT leader. There is no doubt about it! You have worked hard to cultivate a culture of respect within the organization. You speak with clarity every time you convey a message. You meet with your employees every chance you get. You work hard to inspire and challenge others because you know your employees come to work to make a difference just like you. You and your employees are ONE TEAM working together for the greater good; you feel it. You are an inclusive leader who is open and honest; people trust you. You are authentic. How then is it that employees are not embracing your vision?