Monthly Archives: July 2014

Are you EAGER?

As a hiring manager potential candidates that want to work for our company ask me “What are you looking for in an employee?”  I have written about this subject a lot, but I have narrowed it down to something that … Continue reading

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4 ways to course correction

Don’t we all give off course sometimes in our life?  It just happens. Maybe we haven’t made as much time for our family? Maybe we haven’t been to the gym in a few weeks?  Maybe we haven’t been as involved … Continue reading

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Doing Reps

I recently read two books that changed my thinking, A LOT.  The first book was “Start” by Jon Acuff and the second book was titled “LinchPin” by Seth Godin. Two very different, but similar in some ways, awesome reads.  Yes, … Continue reading

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