Posts Tagged ‘goals’

5 Strategies to Make Your New Year’s Resolution(s) Stick

Guest Author: Henry Lescault As a FranklinCovey Consultant and Facilitator, I have the honor and privilege of working at the best Leadership and Behavioral Change company in the world. Our mission is simply this: We Enable Greatness in People and Organizations Everywhere. When working with the thousands of clients I encounter as a FranklinCovey behavioral…

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A Southwest Captain Shows How to Effectively Pilot a Career

Last week, I traveled to Orlando, Florida for a client meeting. As I settled into my seat, the Southwest Airlines flight attendant announced that the journey was the final leg in our pilot’s 42-year aviation career. After 22 years with Southwest Airlines and 20 years in the U.S. military, he was hanging up his captain’s…

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Money Questions

I recently created this tool to help you think through money issues that each of us should be able to answer.  You can read more about the concept in this article. You can also visit the tools page by clicking the tab in the menu bar to download a PDF version of the image. Patrick…

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One Radical Idea that May Change Your World

In the 1830’s, a rather ingenious and arguably mad idea was proposed. Some 14 years later a long journey went from concept to reality as a tunnel began to weave its way under the streets and buildings of mid-19th century London. Nine years later, the first segment of what would become London’s Underground opened for business.…

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What Are Your Core Competencies?

I invite you to take a moment to reflect on what your competencies and what you bring to the table. What skills do you have? What do you know? What is the essence of your work? What makes you competitive? What about you is unique and difficult to imitate? What superior value do you provide? Here’s…

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