There's nothing noble about being afraid to admit your failures. If you want to be considered a leader, adopt the opposite approach.
Two top-of-the-year things to remember: dream big, and remember that you can't do it all alone. Leaders know there is strength in numbers.
Sales guru Mark Hunter says anyone can set goals, but it takes the right mindset to see them through.
Customer relations are too important to assume you're bing successful at it. Try using these metrics to really learn what your customers think of you.
To assume the holidays will be a slow time of year for your business is, well ... you know what they say about "assume."
When it comes to keeping your customers, look deep inside to discover where you may be vulnerable and then work to patch those holes.
Some of this advice might seem counterintuitive, but it's really designed to make sure you get through the holidays in healthy fashion.
Don't just make your business good—make it phenomenal!
Do you and the other leaders at your company practice humility? Because if you don't that can have serious negative consequences.
Be mindful of the future, but be engaged in the moment.