Category: Sue’s Daily Blog

Will You Risk? #155 

Published on September 20, 2019 Written by

Will You Risk? #155  Complacency. It’s something that happens when you begin to accept the results you have as all that is possible. It’s the benchmark of mediocrity and the crusher of dreams.  Many teams become complacent with scorecard numbers and rocks over time. They begin to see the red numbers or hear the words “off […]

Either Way, You’ll Be Right #154 

Published on September 19, 2019 Written by

Either Way, You’ll Be Right #154  Abundance. It’s easy to forget there’s more than enough of everything when you focus on what you don’t have.   I see it every day with teams as we check in quarterly regarding their goals for the year. For those measuring on a calendar year, it often happens around June or […]

Two Hacks to Move Past Faulty Thinking #153 

Published on September 18, 2019 Written by

Two Hacks to Move Past Faulty Thinking #153  Have you ever talked yourself out of something due to the thought of the work associated with doing it? Think of deadlines, new projects, behavioral changes, or physical activity like working out.  Your brain can rationalize away every benefit of beginning or doing the task before you even […]

Don’t Waste Your Money or Your Time #152 

Published on September 17, 2019 Written by

Don’t Waste Your Money or Your Time #152  Today was refreshing. During a meeting with a new client, one of the team members stated to the rest of the leadership team, “I don’t want to do this if we’re going to treat it like a program. It’s a lifestyle change, and we’re either in and doing […]

Work With the Willing #151

Published on September 16, 2019 Written by

Work With the Willing #151 As leaders, you’re tasked with two things: leading people and managing results. If you can do both well, you are the magician most of us want on our team. Any given day, you can defer to the easier of the two given your skillset. Certainly results, when mostly attainable from […]

15% to Goal Lessons #150 

Published on September 13, 2019 Written by

15% to Goal Lessons #150 This series of 50 blog posts has been interesting as well. For those new to this, I’m on a journey to 1,000 posts writing 5 blogs/week Monday through Friday, with none missed over the four years it will take to complete this mission. Here are my lessons this series: It’s been more fits […]

Stay in Joy or Leave in Peace #149

Published on September 12, 2019 Written by

Stay in Joy or Leave in Peace #149  How many times do you do something out of obligation?  It’s not a great way to spend your most precious commodity, time. Why commit to something if you don’t intend on enjoying it? That is always a choice. Do you realize it?  Often, we agree to do things […]

Stay on the Bus #148 

Published on September 11, 2019 Written by

Stay on the Bus #148  Have you ever struggled with a situation over days or weeks, which seems unresolvable with the people participating? Me too and it stinks. When other people won’t participate in the solution, it’s painful and leaves you with a void; a glaring incompletion.  You can’t reach a resolution in isolation. You arrive at pauses; like bus stops […]

The Learning You’ve Earned #147 

Published on September 10, 2019 Written by

The Learning You’ve Earned #147  Have you ever said something that made a great difference for another person and to you it was commonplace?   It’s interesting when it occurs because it’s clearly a blind spot. It’s an awareness you’ve normalized and taken as fact which for others is a profound insight at that moment.   It’s a […]

5 Practices for Success #146

Published on September 9, 2019 Written by

5 Practices for Success #146 How do you define success? For me, I have a personal plan and a business plan written out. Each year, at home and work, I recalibrate and configure what “success” looks like. My personal plan is completed independently of my husband and then we collaborate to combine them, the dialogue […]