Enigmatic we are! Unique.
It is from that origin that each of us goes forward as a creature on a quest for betterment. Every step taken is subjective within the ends/means framework. I deliberately put the ends before the means because the ends chosen is the motivation for seeking out the best means for its attainment.
In an ordinary sense the teen cannot imagine going over to a friend’s house to rendez-vous with his peers…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on September 10, 2016 at 4:47pm — No Comments
If there’s one thing I’ve learned when trying to stay organized in my new life as a mom, it’s that there is only so much you can get done in a day when you are also trying to love, care for, and nurture an infant.
But I also know the power of goals, and how setting them can help you get things done.
So while I no longer can be superwoman and accomplish my entire to-do list in a few hours, I’ve learned that if I can complete at least one goal each day, I can feel both proud of…Continue
Have you ever heard someone complain about their spouse? Have you ever drawn someone else into your disagreement to help yourself feel…Continue
Have you ever wondered what makes some teams great and some, well, duds? So have I. I've been on teams that work really well together and are downright a blast to be a part of. I've been on others where I couldn't wait to go home at the end of the day. For many people, it may be a mixture of teams being both fun and frustrating.
Making your diet too extreme. If you try to stay with a plan that is too extreme – too low in calories, foods you don’t really care for or too strict a regimen –…Continue
As summer is fading into fall, I have begun to hear lots of people say things like, "It's almost fall? Where did summer go? Or where has the time gone?" Questions like these always make me smile because I stop and think to myself, "Time hasn't gone anywhere." Time is a constant thing in our lives-so constant that we schedule and plan things according to specific time slots. So, if you find yourself like many others wondering where the time went, start asking these questions…Continue
Added by John Miller on September 8, 2016 at 6:19pm — No Comments
When you’re starting your business, you may not be able to afford to be picky about the clients you work with. When I started I contacted 10 people a day I thought could use my services. I’d troll Craigslist and job boards, and if I didn’t find 10 leads I’d check out the local chamber of commerce and email members listed there.
Today I do none of that. Now I have prospects regularly get in touch with me, with requests for more work than I could ever do. Today I say no to…Continue
My latest money making idea is all about public domain publishing . If you’re not sure what publishing in the public domain is and how you can make money with it, then…Continue
Jenny Blake is an author, career and business strategist and international speaker who helps people organize their brain, move beyond burnout, and build sustainable, dynamic careers they love. She is the author of the forthcoming book, Pivot: The Only Move That Matters is Your Next One, and …Continue
Added by Stephanie OBrien on September 7, 2016 at 9:16pm — No Comments
As a coach, consultant, educator, and speaker, I have the opportunity to work with people at different stages of their entrepreneurial journeys. The most challenging type of entrepreneur I've encountered is the dino-preneur. These are entrepreneurs who continue to exert a great deal of energy trying to bring life to exhausted ideas. Their ideas were awesome—twenty years ago. Today's world, however, is much…Continue
Added by Terry Hadaway on September 7, 2016 at 10:56am — No Comments
Read on and see how this applies to business, projects, and new ventures ...
I recently read in the Gospel of Mark (chapter 8) about Jesus healing a blind man. What impacted me was that Jesus took him out of his village and then restored his sight.
Even more, after his site was restored, he told the man to go to his home and not return to the village!
Why would Jesus do this?
I can't help but think there was something in this man's village which was not…Continue
Added by Brian Del Turco on September 7, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments
I read a wonderful Blog Post this morning about the quaint town of Edenton, NC. Welcome To Edenton. My first response was, I would love to live there, as I’m sure many of you would, but the more I thought about it, the more absurd it seemed. If only a small portion of the population moved to this quaint town…it would no longer be quaint because we would arrive with…Continue
Accounting reports take the data stored in your books and present it in an easy-to-understand format. There are different types of reports that each serve an unique purpose. Here is the Balance Sheet.
What is a Balance Sheet?
A balance sheet provides insight into a business’s financial situation at a given time and is used to ensure the books are accurate. It consists of three sections: assets,…
Current federal agricultural subsidies help finance the production of corn, soybeans, wheat,…Continue
Added by Ann Musico on September 7, 2016 at 7:30am — No Comments
If you are in need of referrals, then create a referral blurb. This is a prepared e-mail template that you can send to associates and partners for them to forward to people they know that could perhaps benefit from your services. By supplying the e-mail, you are not putting the burden on the person you are asking to give you a referral to take the time to create an e-mail to send. As you know, everyone is busy, so the easier you make it for someone, the more chances you have of them actually…Continue
I’m hooked on repurposing. I love to see what creative people can do with something most people would just discard. One of my favorite things to do is browse furniture consignment stores to see the amazing products people have repurposed from discards.
That’s somewhat why I love working as a career designer and coach. I often meet clients who are despondent about working in their current job as well as those simply burned out with the 9 to 5 scene. Whether searching for more…Continue
For four years now, Allan Dubon and I have lived 30 miles from each other. We made a few fruitless attempts to get together. Finally last week we met up. What an inspiring man. So grateful for the collaboration here.Continue
In a recent podcast my friend Dan Miller talked about retirement and what that means for most people.
I wanted to sum up a few points that are very applicable to my coaching clients, but the link is below if you like to listen to the entire thing.
Reprinted from my website AMOKArts.com
I’ll admit it, I’ve gotten a little out of balance. Everything in my life right now is pretty good and I’m loving it. I’ve been prolific as all get out, I put out three major projects in a month and I have been speaking and traveling and developing new things, not to mention pastoring a pretty great little (but growing) church with all that that involves. I love this stuff and I am having a great time… but…
You see, there can be a price to…Continue