Garret Kramer

Fast Track to Problem Solving

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 26, 2012

In virtually every business, organization, or family in the world today, people are doing their best to solve problems. And that’s admirable. Yet, in my opinion, they are working way harder than they should. Even me, at times. Yesterday, I absentmindedly scheduled two meetings for the same hour and didn’t know what to do about it. I racked my brain searching for the solution, and, before I knew…

14 Attributes of Great Coaches

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / September 2, 2012

Below are fourteen examples of the inside-out coaching paradigm revealed in Stillpower. Consider theses attributes of great coaches for yourself; then see how they might apply to you, your team, classroom, company, or family. 1. Great coaches think state of mind first; behavior (including “working hard, “staying positive, and “doing the ‘right’ thing”), a distant second. 2. Great coaches know that what they say pales in comparison to the state of…

Ten Surprising Concepts that Teams (Organizations, Too) Should Adopt — Starting Now

by / ⠀Startup Advice / July 15, 2012

These days, it seems that the same common concepts are stressed over and over in order to ensure team success. But I believe, from pee-wee to pro, that this standard coaching paradigm is simply not bringing out the best in our athletes. For evidence, just look at the erratic behavior of many well-known players. Not to mention that consistent excellence on the field — i.e., dynasties (yes, I…

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