Does success rely on luck? This topic has been researched thoroughly and the answer is.... it depends! In today's Business Wingmen podcast, co-hosts Steve Smith & Travis Smith weigh the data on whether or not luck influences success or is just an excuse used by people who aren't successful themselves.
Exceptional performance doesn't seem to be the behavior most professionals are striving for these days. As popular trends like, 'quiet quitting' start to appear in social media conversations, we decided that identifying behaviors that define the best professionals was a better way to go.
Most people's work routine has been greatly disrupted over the past 2 years. So much so, you may be getting bored or overwhelmed with the constant need to adapt. So, before you say yes to a new job that might not be any better than what you have now, think about re-igniting your career where you are.
The workplace is supposed to be a collaborative, team oriented environment, right? Not so!
What do you do if you didn’t get a promotion you thought you deserved?
It can be a very emotionally charged event; before the interview as well as after the decision has been rendered.
No one likes to fail but failure often is your best teacher. Those who embrace the possibility of failing usually succeed faster and go farther than those who avoid this possibility. On today's Business Wingmen Show, your co-hosts Steve and Travis Smith banter about the idea of what failure means and what to do when you experience it. Join us today at 4pm. You'll thank us later!
The world is full of people speaking out about all kinds of social, political and economic issues; some responsible and others not. As a company owner or senior leader in a business, when do you make your opinions known and should you even be opening your mouth! In today's Business Wingmen Show, Steve & Travis Smith debate situations and examples to try and cover the spectrum of reasons and problems associated with speaking out.
Steve Smith and Travis Smith are experienced professionals with a combined 55 years in business. They are also father and son. Together, they explore the many facets of professional development and business success.