By Garold Markle “I know how to mow my lawn. I just don’t do it.” These words were used by an entrepreneurial CEO to exemplify a valuable lesson he’d learned about time management as he grew his company from start-up to sixteen million dollars.
It is widely recognized that the more successful you become, the less critical feedback you should expect to receive. Yet, CEOs, presidents and other business leaders seldom take steps to counteract this natural occurring phenomenon. Even when they hire people to protect their blind side, they often fail to deploy them correctly. If you’re a … Continue Reading »