George Williams, CEO of ReliabilityX, giving us the quick run down on using Infrared Thermography technology and its benefits.[Read more…]
George Williams, CEO of ReliabilityX, telling us why we should use Ultrasound Technology[Read more…]
George Williams, CEO of ReliabilityX, giving us a breakdown on Vibration Analysis and its best uses.[Read more…]
George Williams, CEO of ReliabilityX, providing insight on using Motion Amplification technology and its benefits.[Read more…]
George discusses video reviews, options for training, and how to get funding.Read more
George Williams, CEO of ReliabilityX, explains The Bathtub Curve and PF Curve.[Read more…]
George Williams, CEO of ReliabilityX, explains the difference between reactive maintenance vs proactive maintenance.Read more
Competency is defined as the capability to apply or use the set of related knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully perform a task or work safely and consistently to a required standard. Simply stated, Competency is a critical skill set needed to do a job successfully. On the other hand, Certifications are designated credentials earned by an individual or organization to verify their legitimacy and competence to perform a job or produce something in a stated environment.[Read more…]
Step Two: Be Honest With Yourself
Self-accountability is meaningless without honesty. It can be difficult to be honest with yourself, because then you’re pulling away all the excuses and rationalization that stand between you and what you want, but it’s the only way forward.[Read more…]
A great tool to help diagnose where these problems come into play is using the four quadrants from Stephen Covey’s great book, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” or sometimes called “The Eisenhower Matrix” after the famous General and President.[Read more…]
Step 1: Know your role and your responsibilities
The first step in creating more self-accountability is to start by making an assessment of what your role is and what those specific responsibilities are.
If you’re a father, your role and responsibilities are very different than if you’re the head of an emergency room, or if you’re coach of a basketball team. Every area of your life can have different roles, but the responsibilities of being a father, for example, can impact the responsibilities of being an entrepreneur. You will need to think about how late nights in the office can affect missing Timmy’s baseball game into your plan.[Read more…]
In the last blog, we discussed why Self-Awareness is the starting point for any real change. If you aren’t able to honestly know where you are, you’ll never get on the proper path towards where you want to go. The next step in making forward progress is understanding how you got to where you are.
This is where self-accountability comes into the conversation.
Simply put, self-accountability is the understanding that you are the combined result of all of the decisions you make, and actions that you take.[Read more…]
The first step in any forward progress needs to be identifying the reality of where you are right now. If you’re trying to get to the North Pole, it doesn’t matter what map you’re given, if you don’t know where you’re starting.
This is a difficult conversation to have with yourself, but it is the foundation of a solid framework for success and is absolutely critical for any sustainable forward motion.
There are two types of self-awareness that need to be expanded on: Internal Self-Awareness and External Self-Awareness.[Read more…]
A short discussion about goals and the losses they create.[Read more…]
What is Root Cause Analysis? Let us explain.[Read more…]