Tag Archives: Personal Development

Work Is Where Authority Lives

Why do so many people go to work to environments where they would rather not be, according to a schedule they barely tolerate? That story sounds awful! Typically, money is a reason! One accomplished professional refers to his work regimen … Continue reading

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Everything We Own Is In The Box

A dear friend recently moved from Nashville to San Diego. Opportunities were imminent. The adventure launched when his wife negotiated a transfer to Southern California. Their fortunes were about to improve dramatically. This personal development resembled a business deal, where … Continue reading

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Service-Based Marketing

Marketing works only when business strategy and execution work together. Ideas are great. Performance is better. And, performance is the manifestation of superior service. Nevertheless, consider that marketing is essentially communication with a business purpose. Communication requires a speaker, a … Continue reading

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So, How Do You Know Her?

In a world of branding, e-commerce, and multi-national corporations, business still comes down to people doing business with people. Trust is essential; so are results. When connections work properly reputations are expanded, wealth is created, fortunes are built. But, results … Continue reading

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My Brand, My Child

Businesses launch and immediately reveal an identity. The identity may not be intentional, but it still exists. This development works the same as a child. Through the conception and birthing process, a child embraces its parents’ traits and influence. It … Continue reading

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Business Growth & Adult Conversations

“Success in life is the result of good judgment. Good judgment is usually the result of experience. Experience is usually the result of bad judgment.” ~ Tony Robbins. In an earlier generation, parents would have their children leave the room … Continue reading

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Impassible or Impossible? Management By Objective According to Alice

“Why it’s simply impassible! Alice: Why, don’t you mean impossible? Door: No, I do mean impassible. (chuckles) Nothing’s impossible!” ~Lewis Carroll – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass Obviously impassible and impossible are similar sounding words. On … Continue reading

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