Beyond Resolutions: The Complete Guide to Achieving Your 2021 New Year Goals
New Year’s resolutions are for amateurs. If you want meaningful, lasting change in your life, you need a system – a guide to installing systems that will help you get the maximum achievement and joy out of your year—not just in 2021, but for the rest of your life. Read more.
6 Books That Will Help You Make Next Year Your Best Year
When Tara Stiles was wrapping up the edits on her new book, Clean Mind, Clean Body, the world was shutting down amid the pandemic outbreak. Stiles saw this as an opportunity to slow down.
“We must recognize that we are being given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take the cue to slow down seriously,” Stiles writes. “If we let this time pass without heeding this call, we will have missed a massive moment for lasting transformation.” Read more.
160 CEOs Reveal Their Top Concerns in a Post-Covid World
Remote work appears to be here to stay — and business leaders know it. As CEOs plan for 2021, they’re embracing telecommuting as part of their long-term strategy. But strategizing is different than executing, and for many companies, working well while remote is still incredibly difficult.
According to The Predictive Index’s 2021 CEO Benchmarking Report, which surveyed 160 CEOs about their top concerns in a post-COVID world, 97% of CEOs will allow remote work to some degree moving forward. It’s a powerful finding and a win for those who enjoy skipping the commute for the kitchen table. Read more.
Proclamation on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, 2020
On the morning of December 7, 1941, Imperial Japanese forces ambushed the Naval Station Pearl Harbor on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Tragically, 2,403 Americans perished during the attack, including 68 civilians. On this National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we solemnly honor and uphold the memory of the patriots who lost their lives that day — “a date which will live in infamy” — and we reflect on the courage of all those who served our Nation with honor in the Second World War. Read more.
How Generation Z Is Altering the Face of Entrepreneurship for Good
For the longest time, my generation, the Millenials, were touted as the Entrepreneurial generation. For the most part, we have lived up to the billing. However, as the world evolves, the art of business evolves with it, and it turns out that Generation Z has more to do with this evolution than many care to admit.
Generation Z entrepreneurs are springing forth at such a startling rate that a recent Gallup Student Poll found that 40 percent of students surveyed from grades five to 12 stated they wanted to run their own business. Then, 24 percent said they have already started. At this rate, it isn’t at all challenging to see Generation Z take over as the most Entrepreneurial Generation. Read more.
How Will Things be Different for You or Your Business in 2021
There are many individuals and businesses that did not achieve their goals and objectives for 2020 and now wondering & worrying how 2021 will be different. Circumstances as they are, a pivot, change, adaption are necessary. What steps must be taken now that will provide a chance of achieving goals and objectives, or just surviving into and through the new year? With focused and defined preparation, we can help change the word “chance” to “probability?” Contact Acceler8Success at info@Acceler8Success.com. Learn more about Acceler8Success HERE.
This Year’s Top 10 Business Books Will Help You Chart A Successful Future
In case you’re worried about what to get the boss for the holidays, worry no more! Here is my annual top 10 list of the best business books of the year. There is something here for everyone—books on leadership, HR, motivation, marketing and, of course, customer service and experience. If you’re wondering if these books are ranked in a specific way, the answer is no. They just happened to be stacked on my desk in this order. So, here are my favorite books from 2020: Read more.
Agility In Entrepreneurship: Purpose, Progress And Profitability
Entrepreneurship is characterized by creativity and personality. An entrepreneur’s distinctive professional and personal experiences will coincide as goals are determined and a profitable business strategy developed. To gain momentum, entrepreneurs recognize that being nimble and innovative is a priority, and agility will drive competitive advantage.
Being curious about and open to new ways to improve your product and service delivery means changing your approach and being more readily accepting of unprecedented change, embracing opportunities and adapting to new circumstances and situations. As a result, agility and entrepreneurship are interdependent, as entrepreneurs aim to define, stimulate and advance their purpose, progress and profitability, respectively. Read more.