high-performance culture

Building a High-Performance Culture During Disruption Performance-driven neurology has been at the forefront of my decades-long coaching of Fortune 500 executives. So, for me, it was natural to expect that companies would start to adopt a high-performance culture. A high-performance culture has been documented to result in drastic shifts in company productivity and revenue performance.…

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High-Performance Culture

CEOs and C-level team members are generally focused on building the right company culture. The “right culture” for many is a high-performance culture. The term has become a buzz word for company growth, and many executives believe that they have already mastered this culture. But does your company actually have a high-performance culture, and why…

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achieve success

We often approach life from a lens of comparing ourselves to others. So, we assume that attaining success is external to us, and once we get the right qualifications, success is inevitable. But successful executives and business owners separate themselves by working internally. The outward expression of their internal improvements is what then drives the…

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thinking

If you’ve been to one of my workshops or participated in a one-on-one with me, you’ve heard me talk about the brain and how people think. The reason this is so important is because your perception of yourself, your self-image, comes from your thoughts. Just as you can think and act based on negative input,…

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Power of Self-Image

As humans, we’re prone to imperfection. We make mistakes. But the difference between high performers and the rest of society is they have a different filter; they have a vision. Not only do they have a vision, they have a purpose! Your purpose is the reason why you do what you do in all areas…

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Vision Statement

One of the primary things necessary to accomplish any vision is a vision statement. So, what is a formal vision statement? A vision statement is a statement of fact or belief accepted literally by your subconscious. It is a new ROX, which creates a new Roxometer.™ R.O.X. is Register One Xperience. Every thought neurologically is…

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perspective on worry

Let’s talk a little bit about worry. Do you know anybody who worries? Have you got anyone in your organization who worries, or anyone at home? What are they worrying about? And what kind of physical reality are they living when they are in worry? Are they happy? Are they optimistic? Do they look forward?…

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Changing Perspective

If you’re a high-performing leader, how often do you consider making changes within your organization? Without change, we know that it can just be routine, routine, routine. Let’s be clear that nothing is necessarily wrong with that, as long as you’re getting the results you want. Whenever we try to improve performance, we must tweak…

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