Monthly Archives: March 2015

I want you to make fun of me, please!

I was listening to some audio this week and something that the speaker said really caught my attention.  They said, “Be a person with unique habits”.  I am not talking about the weird habits here.  You know the weird habits … Continue reading

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Do you have an agenda today?

Years ago my mentor taught me something called the daily five.  I have always liked the number five for many reasons, but most importantly I like it because I can remember five things pretty easily and that is half the … Continue reading

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Take NO days off (completely)

Yesterday morning I was listening to an audio download by one of my favorite authors on leadership.  I get a monthly lesson on leadership and personal development from John.  The John Maxwell audio was on an article John read from … Continue reading

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How much is your head worth?

This morning I am reminded of situation that I remember my older brother telling me about over 20 years ago.  At that time he and his friends were really into riding motorcycles.  The really fast motorcycles (not sure if there … Continue reading

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11 Super-Duper Short book summaries

In this world of 8 second attention spans (myself included), twitter, and emojis and pictures instead of words. I have compiled my reading list to date for 2015, and my super-duper short book summaries on what I took away from … Continue reading

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SPIN Selling; book summary and notes

SPIN Selling: Situation, Problem, Implication, Need-Payoff; author: Neil Rackham http://www.amazon.com/SPIN-Selling-Neil-Rackham/dp/0070511136/ SPIN selling was published in 1988, and at that time it was considered to be the most heavily researched book on sales ever created.  The research was compiled over 12 years … Continue reading

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