How to Pay Attention to Your Mind, Body and Spirit

Do you pay enough attention to your body, mind, and spirit? Consider these three ways to pay attention to the body you have, the mind you’ve been gifted with and also your spirit.

 

Or, are you too busy working to prioritize those things that matter most: your health and …

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Drive Association Membership: 5 Ways to Create Members for Life

pay attention to clients and customersEvery Association wants to create members for life, Right?

Unfortunately, not EVERYONE is paying enough attention to that very big cog in their business engine.

I recently ran across this quote from former CIO and Senior VP of Dell, Jerry Gregoire, “The customer experience is the next competitive battleground.”  (I …

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Defend Against Distractions and Overcome Your Email Obsessions

email obsessionAccording to McKinsey, 28% of a person’s workday is spent checking email. That’s over one-quarter of your entire business day! It’s a wonder any of us get anything done.

 

Other studies show 26% of employees admit email is their number one distraction. Implement these strategies to defend against email …

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Professional Workplace Environment Awareness

messy office clutter work environment, stress, overwhelm, workplaceAre you paying attention to your workplace environment? As a busy leader, your professional attention and commitment is to ensure the workplace environment creates productivity and team effectiveness.

 

Look around your office right now. Is there clutter everywhere? Does it seem a little crazy or chaotic? Are important files …

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Create Summer Strategies to Pay Attention to Business

summer strategiesDoes your business slowdown in the summer? If so, summer strategies can create ways to pay attention to your team and your business during slower months. The summer is a wonderful time to take business outside, to meet clients outside when possible. This is a great way to mix up …

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Peloton: The Poster Child of Intentional Customer Attention

peloton exceptional customer experience and attentionCreate an Exceptional Customer Experience with Intentional Attention

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’m obsessed with Peloton. What’s a Peloton, you ask? It’s basically a bike that goes nowhere. It is also a case study in my book, Attention Pays.

 

John Foley, the CEO, …

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Neen James Share Attention Pays Strategies with Virtuoso Travel

ProfessionalsWe are facing an attention deficit crisis within our businesses today. Professionals are feeling overtired, overwhelmed and overstressed. Everyone is trying to accomplish a productive day of work while facing a barrage of never-ending interruptions and distractions.

 

Before our time together in Las Vegas, I wanted to take a …

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Pay Attention to Peer Departments

support peer departments What are you doing to pay attention to other departments? That’s right. In today’s organizations, we have so many different business models, we have matrix organizations. Whereas a leader you might have virtual relationships with you, that don’t have a direct line to you but maybe they have responsibilities that …

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Book Review: Pay Attention to ‘A Friend of a Friend’ by David Burkus

friend of a friend david burkusI have always believed attention is about connection.

 

Networking is connecting.

 

David has shared powerful advice in a more meaningful and intentional way and I love how he backs up his social science with practical, implementable strategies to leverage our networks.

 

His differences between weak, dormant and

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Pay Attention to Support Staff

employees talent behind the scenes employees support staffGiving Behind-the-Scenes Staff the Attention they Deserve.

 

What’s your commitment to your staff? Are you giving your support staff of employees who are behind the scenes as much attention and recognition they deserve? I’d like to give you five ways that you can pay even better attention to your …

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