A client recently spoke at her own event. As anyone knows that has hosted an event, any event is kind of like the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. It takes what either is or feels like a year’s worth of planning for an event to go off with few hitches.

So to go through the time and expense of putting on an event you want it to go well: especially if you are the speaker at your own event. You want to shine when you have created the spotlight on you.

The morning after this event my client texted me. She felt she had not been “on top of her game”.

I have competed in four Ironman’s, I run my own company, have climbed major mountains, I have three active kids, I surely have ADD, and I have a lot of fun. I am often asked how I can accomplish it all. Like with my fitness training, I believe in intervals. An interval day, interval week, interval year, interval lifestyle. This is the first in a series about these intervals. Let’s start with the interval day and week.

What you need for a successful CRM implementation
Todd C. Williams, Founder & President, eCameron, Inc.

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) implementations fail at an alarming rate. In fact, your implementation probably will not meet your goals either. I have heard of few that actually do meet their goals. Unfortunately, the primary reason is not software difficulties. Regardless of what Salesforce and Microsoft tell you, neither of their platforms are easy to implement. But the real reason they fail is a lot closer to home and may be looking at you in the mirror every morning.

This past winter has been an interesting one. Nationwide there were numerous rainy and wintery mixes causing unexpected closings and outages for businesses and schools. These closings and delays made a big impact on multiple companies as sales went down, more exterior repairs incurred, and overall employee morale and productivity decreased due to the gloomy conditions. As spring arrives, this month is a great opportunity to awaken from the winter slumber and get your business back on a sunny path. Here are some tips on how to enter this season with a new and brighter future:

Genchi Genbutsu, The Ultimate ERP and Metrics Based Reporting System

Toyota Productions Systems, (TPS) leadership and their employees refer to it as genchi genbutsu. It is one of the most important and powerful analytical tools available to the executive today. What is it., and how can  executives use the tool to help them improve their businesses, cultures and lives of the employees and stakeholders they serve? 

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