Having a morning routine is a life-changing investment in your future. With a morning routine, you will read more, write more, and be more. A few minutes a day reading on your area of expertise will place you in the top 1% of people in your field. It’s an investment that has an enormous return.
When you look at all the small, seemingly insignificant delays in your day, you begin to notice how all the minutes add up. Here is what the most successful people do when confronted with spare minutes:
If you hope to lead a team of leaders, it is important to develop a strategy for communication, execution, measurement, and accountability. I developed a 4-Phase approach that has served me well for years.
It’s called the Intention/Perception Gap and it happens in almost every communication to one degree or another. What you intended one way was perceived another. It is the cause of the majority of our communication issues with others.