What Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Can Teach You About Building Positive Company Culture

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Michael Gervais, co-creator of the popular Compete to Create training program with Seattle Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll. He was reminiscing about the weeks the two of them shared leading up to football's...

12 Things Every CEO (and Employee) Needs to Know About Compensation and Benefits

In a competitive talent landscape, employers should be mindful of their total compensation and benefits programs and packages to attract the high-level, skilled talent they seek. Understanding what employees expect and what your organization can deliver, and then...

Planning and Goal-Setting So You Can Work Less and Make More

When you’re busy taking care of business, it can easily take you for a ride. You know you’re on this ride when you become very reactive—constantly putting out fires and responding to whichever customer or product is screaming loudest for your attention. This is how...

How Ed Sheeran Used a 1970’s Military Strategy to Write 2017’s Top Song

Ed Sheeran is arguably the most popular singer alive. His song, “Shape of You,” has been viewed over three billion (yes, billion with a “b”) times on YouTube, and topped almost every year-end chart in 2017. It’s also the most streamed track on Spotify (nearly two...
The Quiet Power (and Possibility) of Reward

The Quiet Power (and Possibility) of Reward

Habit change isn’t as easy you may think. What’s worse, you might be doing in all wrong. The good news? Scientific studies—focused on cue, routine, and reward—are now showing us how our brains cement habits, and we can use these observations to get us on the path to success.

3 Steps to Change Your Ways

3 Steps to Change Your Ways

I’ve talked a lot about the importance of the Morning Routine, but there’s more to your eventual success than routines. You have to push yourself to move from idea to action, and find accountability for every step you take. Here’s how.

What Bothers Me [RANT]

What Bothers Me [RANT]

The most successful people in the world learn how to say no. Why? Because saying yes gives you too many priorities—and you only need one.

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