Entries by Joshua Miller

I WROTE 200 LINKEDIN ARTICLES

If you had asked me if I was planning to write more after publishing my first LinkedIn article “I’ve Got Two Words For You” on March 4th, 2015, my answer would have been a resounding no. But a funny thing happened shortly after I hit submit. I saw my first comment from a reader named Hiram Figueroa who wrote, […]

25 WAYS TO GET MORE DONE IN THE WORKPLACE

One of the most popular and frequently overused phrases around time management is ‘Work smarter not harder’. The reality is that we all have the same 24 hours in the day. The truth is, it’s your relationship to those 24 hours that will dictate the level and list of your daily accomplishments especially in the […]

WHEN YOU’RE RUNNING ON EMPTY

We’re all running on empty from time to time, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a little left to give. Just as a car can keep going when it hits E (for empty), so can you. The challenge lies in what we believe we can provide and of course what we “assume” others expect […]

WHEN YOU SHOULD KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT

Keep your mouth shut if it could start a fight. Does someone snare you into an unwinnable verbal duel? It affords the person some type of gratification of acting out argumentative tendencies. Get into the ring… It’s virtually guaranteed that a TKO will go down I.E stooping to their level is already an embarrassment. Mark […]

14 COACHING PRINCIPLES TO PRACTICE

I want to preface that this article will not be touching on the industry itself, only coaching principles. I won’t cover what makes an excellent coach. Nor, will we debate who can actually call themselves coaches. I decided with this piece to keep it directly around the application of critical principles. There are the principles […]

8 SIGNS SOMEONE LACKS LEADERSHIP

How can one determine if an individual has what it takes for leadership? There is a myriad of diagnostic tests, profiles, evaluations, and assessments that offer insights into leadership ability, or a lack thereof. The challenge with many of these tools is that are overly analytical, very theoretical, and subject to bias as they put […]

CREATING A SUCCESSFUL COACHING PRACTICE

 Editor Note: This article is designed for coaches who are looking to create or expand their current practice. Many of the topics I discuss can be used outside of the context of coaching. I don’t believe I  am sharing anything groundbreaking. Nor am I sharing my own personal secret sauce recipe. This is a general […]

HOLDING YOURSELF BACK FROM SUCCESS

Success is not always easy, fair or a walk in the park as someone once noted. The reality is that success is filled with numerous challenges as well as opportunities for growth and possibility. So how can you level the playing field and create more ease, fairness and turn that walk in the park one […]