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By | December 31, 1969
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Solutions for Effective Management

By Andy Kemal | Priorities, Organization, Business Growth, Conscious Coaching, Goals, Strategy, Plannning, Leadership
Effective leaders and managers are good collaborators, organizers and problem solvers.

Successful Business Leadership Qualities [4 Types] Learn NOW

By Andy Kemal | Priorities, Organization, Business Growth, Conscious Coaching, Goals, Strategy, Plannning, Leadership
Business Leadership: Lessons Learned from King Henry V Battle of Agincourt in 1415 on engraving from the 1800s. Major English victory against a numerically superior French army in the Hundred Years War. Engraved by J.Rogers after a painting by J.H.Mortimer and published by J.& F.Tallis.

Priority Planning Within Silos - How to Get More Things Done On Your To-Do List

By Andy Kemal | Priorities, Organization, Business Growth, Conscious Coaching, Goals, Strategy, Plannning
The most successful CEOs put time on their calendars to get more stuff done. Why? Designating time to these certain tasks forces the CEO to complete them while preventing all their time from “wicking away” into the daily minutiae of operational and administrative assignments.

Has Your Business Had A Breakthrough?

By Andy Kemal | Business, Accountability, Value, Breakthrough, Goals, Strategy, Market
Do you know what a breakthrough is? What are the chances your business will ever experience a breakthrough?

Resolutions + Accountability = Success

By Andy Kemal | Priorities, Accountability, Vision, Goals, Strategy, Resolutions
With the New Year in full swing I thought it would be appropriate to discuss resolutions with you and why so many people fall off track with no motivation to continue after just a few months. I'll give you one hint... accountability!  I have a friend who owns a popular gym franchise and he tells me his holiday season comes around every January/February… not November/December.

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