McKinney Advisory CEO shares insights on client growth, Servant Leadership, and finding your purpose as we enter a new year. Continue reading “3 Ways to be a Purpose-Driven Business in 2017”
Like many other industries, the commercial real estate business is fraught with examples of poor leaders. Many brokers are known for being slick, smart individuals who only look out for themselves. Their appetite for higher and higher commissions is never satisfied. But commissions are short-lived. Commissions force you to focus on the short game. Continue reading “Servant Leadership & Business: What You Need to Know”
Damian McKinney, CEO of McKinney Advisory Group, shares his perspective on market conditions. Continue reading “McKinney Advisory Group Economic Update | 1Q2016”
Damian McKinney, Founder & CEO of McKinney Advisory Group
In the face of economic uncertainty, what can we do?
Continue reading “2016: A Year of Long-Term Commitments & Short-Term Flexibility”
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Helping to shape a presidential campaign, managing high profile public relation matters, and flying thousands of hours in military aircraft may not seem intertwined at first. Damian McKinney, President and CEO of McKinney Advisory Group, pulls from diverse influences like these when planning his investment and business strategies.
I believe it is no secret that San Diego is home to one of corporate America’s greatest Servant Leaders, Garry Ridge with WD-40. Yesterday I was fortunate enough to listen to Mr. Ridge speak on leadership to San Diego’s CEO Roundtable. I was kind of hoping for a quick fail-safe tip, however, Mr. Ridge was honest. Leadership is everyday, loads of work, and not about you. The best quote of the evening, “Micro-management isn’t scalable.” He told the group of San Diego CEO’s and decision makers, leadership is about respect, value doing the right thing, and building relationships.
“Start With Why” by Simon Sinek, this is a must-read for anyone in sales.
“The Little Red Book of Wisdom” by Mark DeMoss is an excellent collection of real life advice. I am constantly handing these out to friends, family, and people I meet on the plane. A combination of biblical, real life, and practical wisdom, this is a must have addition to any library.