Category Archives: Team performance

Leading a team is a full time job

Over the past few years like so many people, I’ve had a major change in direction in my daily professional life. One of the biggest changes is that I’ve experience is not having employees. A well written article today by … Continue reading

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Major League Baseball is not acting in its own best interests

For those of you who do not know, and per Wikipedia, the Commissioner of Baseball is the chief executive of Major League Baseball (MLB) and its associated minor leagues – a constellation of leagues and clubs known as organized baseball.  Under the direction of the Commissioner, the … Continue reading

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Chipping away at the mountain is the only way sculpt a professional masterpiece

Every day I come to work and I have countless important things to do.  The goals of business success are clear as I have noted in a prior post.   Working day by day the small bits of progress can be … Continue reading

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Taking pride in every aspect of your job will always make you a success

Last week as I arrived home in the NYC suburbs after a long day I received a different kind of gift in the form of an abject business lesson.   We have a small yard and when we bought the house … Continue reading

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Ode to the New York Knicks – watching a high functioning team is inspiring

As my fellow Knick fans also know, there rarely has been that kind of commitment and performance since 1973. This is not to disparage the two NBA finals teams (1994-95 and 1999-2000) but those teams cannot be compared to the … Continue reading

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