A good herd is relative to the behaviours that they demonstrate. A good herd will call you out in the right direction and a bad herd will call you out in the wrong direction. The question is, which direction do you want to be pulled?
The quality of your relationships with your talent will be in direct proportion of their willingness to go above and beyond for the mission. If you don’t maintain and strengthen the bonds you have with the people who bust their balls for you, you will lose in business.
If I had a penny for every time I heard this statement…I’d probably be a billionaire! So many businesses, like relationships, start off in this honeymoon phase only to realise they might be in bed with the wrong person…
What a loaded question! On a recent Facebook live episode of Tough Love with Kerwin, Jen asked me how she should let go of her narcissist husband…So, I put my marriage counselling cap on and gave her some home truths about what she should do. Read below or scroll down to watch the full show.
Anyone that knows me, knows that the topic of children is dear to my heart. My life changed completely when Noah came into this world – hands down one of my favourite roles in life is being a dad. I’m always learning new ways to be a better dad though, and thought I’d share a few things that I feel are important when it comes to parenting.
For me there is no greater honour than being a father, and on Father’s Day I want to take this opportunity to bask in gratitude for the lessons I’ve learn from my little man.
When it comes to business, and even in life, I’ve learnt that there are two key components that lead to success – one is relationships, the other is value.
Avoiding tough conversations can be destructive. Things go wrong and they need to be discussed in constructive ways that help, not hinder.