On this very special episode of Make It Happen with Michelle McCullough the tables are turned. Join special guest host Tiffany Peterson as we learn about Michelle’s new book “The Make It Happen Blueprint” and three principles you need to know NOW to take your life to the next level.
This video, The Plastic Bag Principle, has been 10+ years in the making. When I started speaking on motivation and leadership I shared this story. 4 years ago I wanted to make it into a narrative video and I stalled. Last year I committed to my Marketing Blueprint Workshop attendees that I would have it done in a year.
As I often teach my own clients, accountability is an incredible driving force. it may not be “perfect” but it’s done! And quite frankly, I’m proud of it and excited to share it with you!
If you want a good laugh while learning a valuable lesson watch this video. I will always remember the life lessons I learned when I had dandruff as a teenager.
You know I love my Make It Happen mantra…but I also know that sometimes life is just rough. In this video I share some hope about those down moments. But how do you do it? I’d love to hear what you do when Make It Happen doesn’t work in your life.
This segment on KSL Browser 5.0 is for all the women professionals who don’t feel “heard” in their organizations. In this few minutes, I share three things you can do to speak up and make a difference at your place of business.
If you want to learn more about our High performance leadership event for women, go to http://www.PowerWomenLead.com
Check it out and leave a comment & a like! I would love to know what you think! I know Lynn Bodnar (creator of the Momoir Series) would also appreciate your feedback!!
As I travel and speak at corporations, I’m often surprised how often I’m pulled aside and someone says to me in a hushed tone, “I appreciate what you said, but what if I HATE my job?” All the motivational messages in the world can’t change job circumstances…or can they?
You’ve probably heard the phrase “either you run the day or the day runs you.” And I wholeheartedly agree!
In this video I share a foundational principle to time management, something I learned the hard way!
This week on KSL Browser 5.0 we talked about ways we can become a better boss.
Studies show that people don’t leave jobs, they leave bosses. When I was the Director of Operations for a startup, I had over 50 people reporting to me from 6 different departments and since the CEO had been managing these teams previously, there hadn’t been a lot of attention to systems, job descriptions and job functions and making sure that the departments were working together when necessary and NOT stepping on each other’s toes.
It was tricky, and within each department we had managers trying to get results from their teams with varying degrees of success.
The short part is there are so many different ways to be a boss. You can manage or you can lead, but in most studies its now how you do your job, but how you treat your people that matters most.
In this segment we talk about four ways to up your leadership game so that you can connect with your employees and get better results out of the work they do.