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Success Is a Habit

Some people who follow me on social media think I am an unreasonable boss, over-controlling, and that I ask the impossible from my staff. Those

Success Is a Habit

Some people who follow me on social media think I am an unreasonable boss, over-controlling, and that I ask the impossible from my staff. Those

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Success Is a Habit

Some people who follow me on social media think I am an unreasonable boss, over-controlling, and that I ask the

You Need Rules for Success

One of the most important things that you can do in your business is figure out why you’re in business.

Some Things Won’t Get Done

Here’s a little reality check for you. In the end, the very lowest priority tasks will probably never get done.

Practice . . . Everything

There’s an interesting truth that we all conveniently ignore or deny when we take on a new task: Before you

Changing Your Mental Channel

In the midst of the non-stop “virus” coverage, I have heard and read several comments about a daily phenomenon that

The Power of Disappearing

Many years ago, my friend Arlin Sorensen was given an award at a conference I was attending. In his acceptance

Happy Birthday, Arthritis

It wasn’t 20 years ago today. It was probably in September or October. But twenty years ago this Fall, I came down with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

The Goldilocks Rule

You don’t have to be a workaholic to constantly improve yourself. In fact, it’s human nature to keep your mind engaged. And that means constantly improving yourself.

One Hour that Will Change Your Life

Everyday, we look at the high priority things and don’t do them because they take time. And since we’re focused on the calendar and the clock, time is so precious that we don’t make time to do what’s important!