How do you feel when your state of being is the best? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to help you think about what causes you to function at your professional best.
Do you have routines to achieve your best physically, emotionally and relationally? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the routines you should have, or eliminate, to achieve your preferred state of being.
How much of your goal-setting efforts focus on desired outcomes? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why successful goal-setting must include thinking about the desired outcome.
How is a manager different from an executive? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why small business owners have to know how much time to spend as a manager and as their company's chief executive.
Are you focusing on the do-ables too much? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to focus on what you want to accomplish - the deliverables - instead of the short-term "do-ables."
To be a better executive, you have to schedule "still points." Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to talk about budgeting and committing to time for executive thinking, which he calls "still points."
Why is is to difficult for small business owners to think of themselves as executives? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the reasons why small business CEOs don't think of themselves as executives.
Do you always manage your small business from the trenches? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame with critical steps for how to become a more effective CEO of your small business.
Become a better executive by promoting yourself. Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why the best executives are always firing themselves from jobs someone else can do and promoting themselves to jobs no one else can do.
How does a small business create a culture that eliminates fear? Scott Eblin joins Jim Blasingame to identify the steps to take that will create a productive culture in your small business that eliminates the destructive aspects of fear.