Category: Personal Development

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Lets Get Back on Track
Personal Development

Let’s Get Back on Track!

Well, 2020 is more than half over and I think it’s safe to say most collision repairers are not exactly on track for their annual goals. Heck, that is probably an understatement!

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Core Benefits of Personal Development
Personal Development

Core Benefits of Personal Development

Whether you are happy with your present or wish you do things differently, this exercise’s objective was to create self-awareness. Sometimes we come to a brink where we get so happy with our achievements that we lose focus of tomorrow and stop growing.

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The Art of Business
Business Skills

The Art of Business

I grew up in a family of artists. Not always the kind of people that come to mind when thinking of the dog-eat-dog business world. As a young man my own artistic expression found its way into the automotive repair business, as an automotive painter.

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The Successful CEO
Leadership

The Successful CEO

In a business such as collision repair that is notoriously difficult to manage, a successful leader must have a firm grasp on their time management.

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What Does Success Mean to You
Personal Development

What Does Success Mean to You?

Merriam-Webster defines success as “the fact of getting or achieving wealth, respect, or fame.” I believe this definition is incomplete. At least the way I see it.

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Unleash Your Power With a Coach
Leadership

Unleash Your Power With a Coach!

With all the information and all the consultants available these days, why do so many continue to struggle? For years consultants have offered up new tools, training and advice, but the results for most in our industry has been minimal at best.

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Why Winners Win - Deliberate Practice
Leadership

Why Winners Win – Deliberate Practice

There are two traits that I most commonly witness among the most successful collision business leaders I work with. First, they tend to work with a coach or mentor, and secondly, they engage in what is called deliberate practice.

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