Posts Categorized: Huddle

The Helpless Alternative

Of course, we have to go there.  You know exactly where we are headed… it’s not the place that leaves a person feeling helpless, it is the person that is either so oblivious or arrogant that they are actually helpless because they can’t humble themselves enough to get out of their own way in order… Read more »

The Feeling You May Not Even Know You Have

So, did you work on finding that perfect balance in being both helpful and helpable? These two are the most advantageous team member characteristics there could possibly be.  You will be the one other people look up to and appreciate as the rising tide for your team. Now, if you take this to the next… Read more »

Are you one, both, or neither?

Over the past several weeks, I’ve been talking all about Teams and Team Members in my Friday Weekly Reports.  It’s been a very intense and interesting conversation that we have going. Most recently, I talked about the four success traits that a great team member has and, the funny thing is, it has nothing to… Read more »

Find Fun In The Labor

With just about any team call I have the privilege of leading (and especially for new teams we welcome into our fold), I almost always end the discussion with one final piece of advice.  It’s not one they expect but it is actually one of the most important things that any team, doctor, practice can… Read more »

When Losing Ends…

Last week, I brought up the most important conversation you have.  Yes, the one with yourself.  And we talked about the clutter in your mind that gets in your way of your own success and being truly present. It’s very interesting because only the people who embrace positive self-talk experience the benefits of it… happier,… Read more »