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Professional Development

Trevor Jarres, an Account Manager with C&K South, has been named the Client of the Year for Sandler in Richmond. Trevor is based in Decatur, AL and has been

Whether it’s a mind-blowing mainstage keynote that leaves audiences awakened to purpose, or a riveting concert adventure that goes from Rachmaninoff to Rap, a Jade Simmons experience is unforgettable in the least and life-altering at best.

Mike Montague interviews Kasey Jones on How to Succeed at Personal Branding. As a leading expert authority and growth strategy coach, Kasey empowers founders to harness the power of what makes you different to build high-growth businesses with impact.

Mike Montague interviews Shelly O’Donovan on How to Succeed at Non-Verbal Communication. With over 20 years of experience as a proven leader in the public policy arena, she has gathered experience and expertise in government relations, public policy, lobbying, grassroots advocacy, legislative and regulatory processes, and policymaker engagement. 

Mike Montague interviews Kristen Cox, a former government official and management expert, on How to Succeed at Making Real Progress. Kristen is a co-author of Stop Decorating the Fish.

The Sandler Summit is a powerful two-day hybrid event where successful business professionals across all industries learn, collaborate, and network.

When you set goals for yourself, do you follow a clear process? Most people don’t. As a result, their ability to act on and achieve their goals is diminished.

 

Setting goals is essentially a waste of time. How many times have you set a goal, got excited, showed remarkable willpower for the first few weeks, and then promptly fell off the wagon? That is the most common experience people have in setting goals. The problem isn’t you. It’s with the way you are going about setting your goals. If you remember these three principles, you will consistently hit your goals.