As witnessed by the change in the market capitalization of Tyson Foods after the announcement of the departure of its CEO, just one person can make a difference in any organization. How much impact can a single person have? On today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, Scott McKain discusses the power of one individual ? and why the world needs YOU to be that difference!
Our fears can block us from attaining the personal and professional distinction that we desire. It begs the question: What are YOU afraid of? In today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, Scott McKain will let you know the fear he’s worked to overcome…and challenge you to identify your own.
If you’re not passionate about your work, you cannot be successful…right? Well, not necessarily. If you want to get ahead, you have to be thoroughly professional, don’t you? Perhaps not. Which is more important to becoming distinctive — passion or professionalism? In today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, Scott McKain explores the advantages — and the pitfalls — of both qualities.
In everything from the decisions you make for your business…to protesting political viewpoints of opponents…it seems more people need to be concerned with “optics” ? how people see and perceive your actions. On today’s PROJECT DISTINCT, Scott McKain examines the importance of optics, and why YOU should be very concerned about this issue.
Nothing great can be accomplished without tenacity?the ability to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get back at it! Scott McKain’s good friend ? acclaimed Canadian businessman Dr. Peter Legge ? has a great new book, “The Three Things You’ll Need to Make Your Mark in Life.” It addresses the importance of what Legge calls, “The Power of Tenacity.” Today’s PROJECT DISTINCT explores this important topic. (And, you can find Peter’s book on his website, PeterLegge.com)