In preparing to achieve your one thing for 2016, you should be ready for obstacles, especially if you’ve set new high goals and priorities. It would be wise to realize the higher the goal you set, the larger the rocks and boulders you will encounter. It’s also important you recognize the inherent value in each obstruction you encounter.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
In Top Ten Elements to Drive Business Growth - 4-3-2-1 Formula we provided Four Decisions, Three Disciplines, Two Drivers and One Catalyst as the keys to grow your small to mid-sized business. The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling suggests there are Four Disciplines and supports this with examples and evidence of companies who have achieved success following these four disciplines.