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But frankly, we've outgrown it, so we're moving to provide you new resources.
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Feeling confused in your career decisions? Not sure about the current job you are in? Watch this to learn of two of the tools and resources I use and highly recommend that will get you well on your way down a clear path.
To purchase your own DISC assessment go to www.movedbypurpose.net/store. To check out 48 days…Continue
Added by Stephanie OBrien on October 31, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
The support has been practically overwhelming! Thank you.
A few of our friends are unable to make it…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on October 31, 2013 at 6:23am — No Comments
Employee Engagement Tip #1
Honor and implement employee preferences, ideas, and suggestions,
Added by Christy Hendricks on October 30, 2013 at 11:32pm — No Comments
We all need inspiration, encouragement, and motivation. Our new 'Be Inspired' blog segments we will be creating will do just that. We hope you enjoy.
Karen Putz unwrapped her passion for barefoot water skiing as a teen, spending her summer days gliding across the water on Christie Lake in Michigan. The summer before her sophomore year…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on October 30, 2013 at 6:31am — No Comments
This post can be found at my site www.makingthecomeback.com
I understand we all go through difficult times and sometimes our situations feel impossible. It’s hard to believe things can get better. If you don’t think things will ever get better…then I have a challenge for you…Continue
If you are a cheese lover, you know there’s a HUGE difference between the “faux” cheese you find in the supermarket case and real, artisan cheeses that are aged and ripened and full of flavor and nutrition! Real cheese is a wonderful source of minerals, protein, omega 3 fats, enzymes, probiotics and…Continue
Dan recently blogged on what companies are looking for when hiring. To find winners and keepers during the interview process, businesses are getting creative. Dan mentioned six unusual questions asked by top entrepreneurs. I want to write my response to each one.
Question number two by Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post. “How do you unplug?” I am a person who sees his need to unwind and have some downtime. There are several ways I can do this. I may spend time with my dog in…Continue
Added by Keith Kemp on October 29, 2013 at 6:48pm — No Comments
Okay, stop me if you've heard this before. Never mind -- I know I've said it before. That is, ever since I stopped trying to move forward with a way-too-broad approach, things have really been rolling for me. Not only does sticking-to-the-niche work, but actually tightening it up a bit has helped even more.
Baseball has always been the focus, but I wandered off on some rabbit trail about niche discussions that got my eye OFF THE BALL. When I refocused on…Continue
Added by Jack Warren on October 29, 2013 at 6:19pm — No Comments
Added by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on October 29, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
Feeling frustrated, confused, and trapped in your current role as a corporate employee? (Jump to the show.)
Today’s guest shares tips for how to crack the codeand set yourself up for advancement and…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on October 29, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
This is a refreshing and enlightening interview by Fast Company of TV and film screenwriter Robert McKee. He has recently engaged with businesses to help them communicate with story over logic. This is something successful marketers have known for a long time, but corporations and small business have largely been late to the party.
As he expresses, "story is a mode of thought in direct opposition to other modes of thought that business tends to favor." I agree. If you'd…Continue
Added by Jason Garey on October 29, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments
Let us examine the difference between human savings and the savings of a squirrel. Apparently both anticipate the future! The squirrel’s action is very strongly driven by instinct; however if environmental conditions change significantly the squirrel will modify the size of its cache. Likewise, human savings will be modified as a consequence of conditions. Human intelligence, which can span time conceptually and which can unravel the numerous and various complexities of the world,…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on October 28, 2013 at 7:49pm — No Comments
Originally I wanted to launch my book the beginning of November. I’ve recently decided to wait to release my book and make some changes to my plan. I am now making some changes to include links to additional information along with a member’s area on my web site for anyone that purchases this book or future books. This will allow me to provide readers with updates and additional information. My goal is to provide readers with more than just another eBook.
I would like to find a few…Continue
If you follow my posts, you know a couple of weeks ago my cousin called to say my aunt was dying. Some relatives felt I needed to leave immediately if I wanted to see her alive. Ironically I’d agreed to speak on “Trusting God When Life Stinks” that Friday. Larry and I prayed for guidance. I felt I was to leave after my talks.
After I made my decision someone…Continue
We are continuing our quests to overcome our enemies of the mind which are negativity and fear. We previously discussed turning off the TV, especially the news and listening to audio books during our commutes. The third item on the list is books. When you turn the TV off, pick up a book and begin to fill your mind with positive, encouraging, and supportive words. Jon Acuff's book, "Start" is a good read. If you are wanting to start a new endeavor and are having attacks from the enemy pick up…Continue
Whenever I recommend using nutritional supplements, invariably I get someone who will argue that it’s just a waste of money that simply results in expensive urine. I have also had people argue that supplements are too expensive and they will just rely on eating healthy food. Well we know where that has led the…Continue