How to Use Travel Delays to Your Advantage

by Dr. Rick Goodman on February 22, 2017

Nobody likes travel delays, but they can be especially frustrating when you’re an entrepreneur or an executive with a lot on your plate. When you have a million things you need to be doing, sitting in an airport is about the last thing in the world you’d like to be occupying your time with—but wait: There are ways to actually use your flight delays to mark things off your to-do list.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanHow to Use Travel Delays to Your Advantage

How to Beat Those Sleepless Nights

by Dr. Rick Goodman on February 6, 2017

When you’re in a position of leadership, you’ve got to be on your A-game every day. People count on you to have focus, drive, creativity, and energy to tackle each day’s challenges and opportunities. What this means is that you have to take care of yourself, and safeguard your own strength.… Read more...

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Employee Perks vs. Company Culture: What’s the Difference?

by Dr. Rick Goodman on January 5, 2017

As a leadership coach, I’ve encountered a lot of business owners and managers who dive into culture-building head-first. I always admire their gusto, but sometimes I must caution them to pull back. That’s because it’s all too common for leaders to confuse perks with culture—and while both have their place, the one is not a substitute for the latter.… Read more...

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Resolutions Every Leader Should Make

by Dr. Rick Goodman on January 3, 2017

What’s the secret to a good New Year’s resolution? I think the trick is picking something that stretches you a little, but not too much. You don’t want to aim too low, because then what’s the point? You also don’t want to bite off more than you can chew, or else you’ll have forgotten all about your resolution by February.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanResolutions Every Leader Should Make