David's Blog

Leading the way

David shares what five of the best attributes are in great leaders. These are passion, strong personal character, true commitment to excellence, risk taking and decision making, and finally, somebody who has a strong self image.

David stresses for business owners to remember what their “sweet spot” is. When owners allow themselves to get pulled away from what it is they do well, it can hold them back because they are now occupying themselves with things … Continue reading

David dispels the myth that one can actually get everything done that needs to be done.  He explains that determining your priorities is key as well as making sure you are trading your time well.

David explains that strategies should be changed as often as they need to be. There is no set time frame for this.  Allowing time for your strategy to work is critical.

David explains that first, leaders of an organization need to make sure they are the type of person that people want to follow. Trust and respect in employees is important. Ask employees what they are thinking and what they want … Continue reading

David discusses the importance of attracting and retaining great talent. He explains that organizations must know what they are looking for in addition to creating an environment that allows employees to be successful and prove that they indeed are in … Continue reading

David explains that innovation is about tomorrow and the execution is about today. He discusses what companies can do to make this happen.

David shares his thoughts on how best to move your team from point A to point B successfully. He shares five steps to achieve this: having a specific vision of what is to be accomplished, clarifying roles, defining expectations, making … Continue reading

David explains what he mean by “entrepreneurial express”. He focuses on how to keep projects and employees moving, how to stay focused and how to achieve the results you desire.  

David shares five things that often keep us from implementing our strategic direction. These include ideas that are too lofty, taking care of problems that pop up spontaneously, doing the things we like to do instead of what we need … Continue reading