In our last post, Obama talked about forming daily habits as the secret to change. We couldn’t agree more – we call it myelination – or the repetition needed to develop positive habits in your life, and your leadership.
No one wants to work for a leader that’s vague about what can and should be accomplished. They don’t want leadership that can’t effectively articulate the goals and expectations of the individual or the company.
How can 2.5% get you a tremendous return, even in a downturn?
When the stock market is down, what do you do? You buy low – so that down the road you can sell high. It’s an adage successful investors employ to amass their fortunes. You buy when things are on sale.