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No Need for a New Year’s Resolution

An entrepreneur doesn’t need to wait until January 1st to set goals. Resolutions can be powerful motivators for others, but I do not believe in waiting until the changing of the calendar to take action. As someone with many simultaneous goals, I rarely have a New Year’s resolution. It is true that […]

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Thinking On Your Feet

One of the most critical skills that you should acquire, in any field, but in the event industry in particular, is the ability to think on your feet. The ability to analyze and respond quickly following unforeseen circumstances, is not necessarily a natural skill, but one that develops as you […]

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Seeking Feedback – The Importance of Feedback

Feedback is an often overlooked tool that one needs to be truly effective in the workplace. The most successful leaders seek feedback on a consistent basis in order to enhance their performance. Requesting advice or guidance from your peers, whether or not it is offered, is a valuable technique to […]

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A Different Kind of Office Culture

Offices are typically seen as the hub of most businesses. However, more and more often we see that companies are beginning to shift away from the more common office style work environment. I myself, have purposely designed Anthem to operate without the need to rely on the daily office environment. […]

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Making the Cut to Reach the Top

Becoming great means acquiring a great skillset, and improving on any skill takes a consistent and deliberate effort. Improvement is not something that comes easily or without conscious effort. The article, “How Jerry Seinfeld Made His Million” by Daniel DiPiazza perfectly articulates what I have implemented in my own life […]

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Creative Flow

Creative flow is a real thing – and for me personally, it always seems to work. Simple conversation tends to cause my creativity to erupt. If we were to dedicate and focus more time on the creative process, there would be no doubt that everyone’s ideas would flow more freely. […]

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10 Days In The Life of Anthem President Chris Sinclair

I am often asked how I accomplish everything I do within a given day, or even within a given week. People question how my days seem as if they are 36 hours long. Without sounding too cliché there is truth to the principles of time management and delegation. I utilize […]

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Refuse to Settle for Simple Mistakes

Mistakes are an ambiguous thing. What is considered a mistake? What mistakes are acceptable? How much do you dwell on the mistakes you’ve made? The answers to all of these really are situation dependent, what I say to all of my employees is: to be great you cannot settle for […]

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Breaking Down Needless Formalities

In today’s business world there can be a common debate among individuals starting their careers on how to address people, especially clients, managers or connections with whom you are beginning a new relationship. Do you use their first or last name? The old standard rule is to start with the […]

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