Monthly Archives: May 2014

Only A players wanted

In the world of sports you have first string and second string.  You have your A players and what is called B players.  For those people who are not as familiar with sports maybe you are more familiar with celebrities. … Continue reading

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Why do we struggle to think differently

Thinking differently for people is such a struggle.  I am not sure why!  Is it that we don’t know how?  We can’t stop thinking about what we already know.  Are we so tied emotionally to what we already know.  Do … Continue reading

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Invest in you first

I am a process person, I can learn anything and do anything as long as there is a process.  Throughout grade school and my teens, I understood money.  I made it and spent it, that was my understanding of it. … Continue reading

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Willpower is finite…

I am reading the book “Start” by Jon Acuff.  I am half way through it, and it has me so motivated.  In one of the chapters he focuses on willpower.  I consider myself to have a lot of willpower, but … Continue reading

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Are you willing to do something different?

I have the fortunate opportunity to speak to a lot of people everyday about their personal goals and what they would like to accomplish in their career.   It is one of the coolest things about my job and it … Continue reading

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What are you delivering?

Whenever you make a purchase, especially a major purchase, people are looking for three things.  The best price, the best quality, or the best service. In any sales situation (buying situation) you can never have all three.  I know some … Continue reading

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What is your E:E ratio?

There has been much debate lately about the 1%. Meaning the 1% of the most wealthy in our nation.  I love the 1%, my goal is to be one of them. One of my many mentors that I have constantly … Continue reading

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The things you learn

Last week I did not crack a book for two reasons. The one I was going to read wasn’t that exciting, so I tabled it.  I really hate to do that, but life is too short to read something that … Continue reading

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How to start off on the right foot…

I read a blog yesterday from Profiles International that was centered around on-boarding of  a new hire.  Which by the way if you are in the hiring, training, development, an employer, or an employee somewhere, I would encourage you to … Continue reading

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Which one is more important?

I have several morning routines, but there are two that are very critical for me to get my day started.  They are having my morning coffee and reading for at least thirty minutes. My definition of reading is something educational, … Continue reading

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