Monthly Archives: September 2014

8 super-duper short book summaries

Here are my latest reads in my traditional sweet and short summary style. 1.  The Highly Paid Expert (Turn your passion, Skills, and Talents into a Lucrative Career)  author: Debbie Allen You have the knowledge, turn the knowledge into content and sell … Continue reading

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Give more

In the process of leading and influencing others I get inspired. Isn’t that interesting?  My mentor says that “Giving, begins the receiving process.”  If this is true, than why not give more.  The goal isn’t to get more, but that … Continue reading

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The opportunity is in the problems you solve

I have spoken with people about their own growth and development for years.  This to me is the starting point for a bigger job, a promotion, more money, more opportunities, etc.  You can’t get to the next level without some … Continue reading

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Everybody is a photographer now

Over the weekend I was doing a log of writing and reading.  Something that I read that has me thinking about the future.  I wrote down a quote from one of the best marketing minds on the planet, Seth Godin. … Continue reading

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I have had enough of “ENOUGH”

Doing just enough is so normal in today’s society. We get just enough service at the local restaurant that we decide not to ask for a manager.  Our results are just good enough that we don’t look for a different … Continue reading

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Don’t hate on my SWAGGER!

Call it arrogant or very confident, either one works.  However, you can have swagger only when you are consistently doing the following things.  It isn’t that you are arrogant, you are just extremely confident.  What is wrong with being extremely … Continue reading

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The End is in Sight

If the rate of change outside your organization is greater and faster than the rate of change inside your organization, the end is in sight. –Jack Welch Jack was talking about business and a company. The organization I am talking … Continue reading

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2 questions you have to ask

How often does this happen?  We go through a situation and we get through it and we once again find ourselves in that same situation again? And we repeat our same actions and get the same results.  Maybe this only … Continue reading

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Who is in your Reference Group?

The definition of reference is the use of a source of information to ascertain something. Every single day we all refer to something.  We may make a political point or point about sports and refer to a source in which … Continue reading

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You are Self-Employed

I am sure some people read the title and assumed I would be discussing owning and operating your own business.  Sure why not!  I suggest you do that as well.  Because one thing I know to be true is Profits … Continue reading

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