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Terry McKenna
Kure Beach, NC
Helping organizations & individuals realize their potential
Interests: Beach, Travel, Working out, Reading, Personal Development, Pittsburgh Steelers
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"You can't connect the dots looking forward. You can only connect them looking backwards." -Steve Jobs Continue reading
The quality of our lives often depends on the quality of our habits. Continue reading
Organizations have habits. And they will cling to their habits at the expense of their own survival. Continue reading
Your optimism today will determine your level of success tomorrow. Continue reading
We spend so much time bouncing back and forth between thoughts of the past and the future that we lose touch with what's happening right here, right now. Continue reading
Failure can be your companion at times. If you welcome failure as a guide and teacher, you're more likely to find your way to success. Continue reading
Innovation and creativity have always been important; what's new is that they're becoming economically more valuable by the day. The issue, is how individuals and organizations can best respond. Continue reading
Lack of accountability is at the heart of under-performance. Continue reading
When you're thinking solely in the short term, you blind yourself to both threats and longer-term opportunities. Continue reading
High-performance teams have to stay vigilant. Are your leaders seizing new opportunities or just trying to optimize an outdated strategy? Continue reading
"You can't connect the dots looking forward. You can only connect them looking backwards." -Steve Jobs Continue reading
Speed and flexibility should be core values for every company in today's fast-paced, constantly evolving world. Continue reading
The cost of reorganizing a company is nothing compared to the growth potential it unleashes. Continue reading
Famed football coach Vince Lombardi said, "Winners never quit." Marketing guru Seth Godin countered with, "Winners quit all the time. They just quit the right stuff at the right time." Continue reading
In a world of forces that push toward the commoditization of everything, creating something new and different is the only way to survive. Continue reading
Ask yourself if your assumptions about you, your work, and your organization are still valid, given constant changes. Continue reading
Gandhi said, "I will not let anyone walk through my mind with dirty feet." And neither should you! Continue reading
Don't look at life as something we have to do, but something we get to do. Continue reading
It's not our genes but our beliefs that control our lives. Continue reading
You are personally responsible for everything in your life once you become aware that you are personally responsible for everything in your life. Continue reading
Resilience, according to the Stoics, is about having the good sense to know what can and cannot be changed in life. Continue reading
Setbacks and failures are designed to be learning lessons. So don't overreact or panic. Rather, take a step back, search to the lesson, and move forward better prepared. Continue reading
Don't let your circumstances alter your faith. Let your faith alter your circumstances. Continue reading
If you're serious all the time, you'll wear out before the truly serious stuff gets done, and if you don't regularly appreciate the small wins, you will never appreciate the big wins. Continue reading