Employers are looking for passionate employees and sometimes skiing makes it into the list of required skills.
In my last post I talked about four different kinds of friction found in business. Lets take a look at what happens when an industry faces too much friction.
Friction free. The idea is not new. In 1995, Bill Gates, published a book called The Road Ahead. In the book, there is a chapter dedicated to the “friction free economy.” The idea, cut out anything that makes it hard to do business.
Staying focused, balanced and confident are all important life lessons I have learned from rock climbing.
During the Olympic games, the athletes are my teachers. From them I learned that anything is possible with a little hard work, no one succeeds alone, and how to face personal adversity.
Making the switch from business to business sales/marketing to people to people. It just may change your business.
How do you transition from a caterpillar (a personal leader) to a butterfly (a leader of others)?
It amazes me how many different ways there are to compile a list of experiences and accomplishments. Everyone has their own opinion. Each time I update my resume I always try and have someone proof read it as well, which usually leads to a discussion on formatting. Personally, I find all this talk of formatting …