Going the Extra Mile: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty!

Extra Mile

“If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.” – Bruce Lee

The one thing I have found in common in people who are at the top of their game is that they never stop when things are good enough. They are always striving for perfection.

Everyone is good enough for anything. But a small number of people are remarkable in what they do because they go the extra mile. That means they go beyond average, dedicate time and efforts and make personal sacrifices. It’s a sure way to success and great results in any area, but few are willing to actually do it. Continue reading “Going the Extra Mile: Above and Beyond the Call of Duty!”

Effective Meetings!

Meetings

We have all been pulled into meetings where our only purpose seemed to be to warm a chair, and we’ve endured hour-long meetings still rambling at the two-hour mark. Rhetorically speaking, the innate objective as to why organizations typically hold meetings is to discuss ideas, debate issues, overcome obstacles and drive outcomes ultimately getting things done. Why is it, then, that most meetings only serve as time sink or even chewing the fat? The truth is that most meetings end up being about as valuable as a Snapchat post – people talk, ideas quickly disappear without outcomes or follow up. Well, perhaps not so surprisingly, a major reason is because most people multitask during meetings, making them far less efficient than they could be. Continue reading “Effective Meetings!”