“We now feel a strong connection to people working at large organizations – from startups to established companies and their company cultures.
This is especially important because the bulk of our relationships, both business-to-business and business-to-consumer.
Whether it is working with clients, attending to one-on-one work, or working in your office, every day begins with intention.
This means setting your intention for the day and engaging intentionally to make it happen.
We do not work as much, but we work better, and we make more meaningful contributions to society.
David Schmidt said, “As someone who leads a multibillion-dollar organization, I am continually forced to decide how to allocate my time and energy.
A significant challenge that I continually struggle with is focusing on the right things.
If you’re wondering whether you are truly getting value for the time that you are putting into your work, there are a few simple ways to evaluate yourself and see whether or not you’re achieving the outcomes that you want.”
“I have often heard the focus issue mentioned when talking with leaders of CRM vendors or influencers who claim to provide tools for the development of high-performing teams.
But, those tools are just that: tools. Unless your intention is to create high-performing teams, they’re just that.”
If, however, your intention is to create a program that is truly about fostering productivity, it is your responsibility to ensure that your product has an impact on your team.
That is what Schmidt calls the “specific, actionable, and measurable elements of a successful agile, lean, and modern program.” “This is one of the most powerful and moving commencement speeches I’ve ever listened to.
It’s not daily that you hear from the founder of a company with twenty years in the game.
Schmidt, CEO of LifeWave nailed what is important about cultivating success.
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