A glutton for punishment does not seem to know that taking the long and familiar road to the same ole stomping grounds yields the same outcome.
As is evident from the rhetoric that we all constantly hear, since it is loudly proclaimed that there is no scarcity but rather, endless abundance, abundance that needs to beshared equally by everyone. This proclaimed endless abundance is the reason for the mesmerizing promises.
A sigh of…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on January 31, 2016 at 4:35pm — No Comments
Several years ago, (when I was still in the Air Force), I received the worst “butt-chewing” of my life…ironically, it turned into 4 of the Greatest Leadership Tips I’ve ever received! It was the worst because it deeply impacted me…and it was the greatest because of the leadership lessons I learned from it. Certain moments in our lives can be both bad and great…many times all it takes is a little reflection to realize the “great” side. Let me explain.
I was my…Continue
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I had an interesting conversation with Dan about emailing versus a phone call. He was amused I had spent quite a bit of time emailing back and forth with my dear sister-in-law. He said I used to just pick up the phone. True enough. Then he asked, "Do you speak better with your fingers or your lips?" Without hesitation I said, "My fingers!" He was surprised I responded like that so readily. I explained that my true gifting lies in writing.
He ought to know. Many…Continue
Finding, getting, and then keeping customers may be the three hardest jobs for any small, medium or large business.
If everyone agrees, I bet we can then say number four is managing cash. “What cash?” is not an appropriate come back. At least I hope it’s not.
Since managing cash is high on the list, I have worked many years on making this daunting task be as simple as possible through just a few simple hacks. These hacks are from real life examples with my own client base. And…Continue
I’ve said it before, and I will say it again, “The best investment you will ever make as a leader is in developing other people.” Hands down this is both the most challenging task and the most rewarding as a leader. Anyone can delegate tasks. Very few leaders will…Continue
You’ve decided to take charge of some problem area in your life. You’re feeling encouraged. You’re taking the first steps to gaining control of your health – physically, mentally, and spiritually. Hurray!
You’re off to a great start. But I’ve got some news that may seem disappointing. As soon as you begin to take charge and make progress, the…Continue
Added by Carol Tanksley on January 29, 2016 at 10:12am — No Comments
Can adding a spice to your daily routine make any difference as far as health and weight loss? Well research seems to indicate that turmeric, the main spice in curry, may be something you want to include.
It has been found to reverse insulin…Continue
When you are just beginning your decluttering process, it can be overwhelming to decide where to start first. What’s most important? Common spaces where everyone gathers and contributes to the mess? Places that guests see? The overflowing pile of papers in your office that distracts you from the work you need to be getting done? Or the heaps of clothes and toiletries in your bathroom and closet?
I find with decluttering that leading by example is often the best way to go. (…Continue
For most business owners, getting paid quickly is critical. It can also be extremely difficult. We have all experienced the frustration of investing time, energy and funds into a client job only to be left spending more time which is your margin following up on collections!
Here are the things I…Continue
The Power of Quotes
If you’ve been reading awhile, you might remember that Jer and I teach life skills classes. We begin the evening by discussing short readings on the topic. After the readings, each participant receives a slip of paper with a quote, followed by the opportunity to share how the quote relates to their life and the topic for the evening. Quotes are a powerful way for our guests to express the challenges and successes they’ve had in…Continue
I’m all about saving money wherever I can. Especially when it comes to saving money on utility bills and other recurring expenses that can get out of hand very quickly if you’re not paying attention.
So I thought I would share with you all the ways I’ve found…Continue
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We live in a culture where we want immediate results. I enjoy watching tv shows - or movies with drama - the "whodunnits" - the crime shows. It is amazing from the committing of the crime to the arrest and conviction generally takes under an hour - and sometimes as little as 30 minutes. I like that.
When I start a diet, I find myself stepping on the scale the next morning to see what progress I have made - and being disappointed I am not five pounds down or am a…Continue
You would think I had let the dog loose and didn’t put up reward signs… I’m sorry if you wanted more in the last blog post about change, but it would have been soooo long and I actually wanted to give you some time to think about what I said. I never realized so many would be so eager to know more.
In reality, you should know I wouldn’t leave you just floundering in how to create and manage change for your business, right?
So I am not going to beat around the bush any more –…Continue
Added by Jack Klemeyer on January 27, 2016 at 8:30am — No Comments
That is the title of this article by Dr. Brownstein and my immediate reaction to reading it was – no kidding! I have even noticed the increase in the number of new drugs being advertised on TV in the evenings. It…Continue
Smartphones have many advantages over their humble rivals. Smartphones combine the performance of a cell phone and a computer in a single pocket-sized unit. Unlike a normal mobile device, a smart phone has a vast amount of both local storage and memory. It has operating units like computers.…Continue
You often hear and think how horrible change is; however, if you count the amount of changes you go through each day (or week), it becomes obvious that you actually like (or love) changes…or at least you love the changes that you choose to implement. With that in mind, organizational change is not much different. What if you can convince your people to choose to implement the changes throughout your organization? If they can see changes within the organization as a…Continue
Next week, I'll have the privilege of speaking at Coaching With Excellence—a conference for people who want to become coaches. This event has launched the careers of hundreds of people who realized the importance of…Continue