Monthly Archive: February 2016

ReIgnite New Years resolutions

Re-ignite your New Year's Goals/Resolutions....

Here’s a simple, yet very important question: how are your New Year’s resolutions going?   The feedback seems to be a mixed bag with the people I know. Some are rockin’ their goals and others are completely off-course and struggling. . And there are still a few that haven’t even considered making resolutions for the new …

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Make Technology Your Friend

For some of us, technology can be a little daunting. It seems like everyday there are new ways to communicate and better ways to share information. The constant evolution can be difficult to keep up with! Still, it’s important that you are in touch with changing trends and how they can affect your bottom line. …

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Preparing The Night Before

It’s natural to think the day starts when we turn off the alarm and get out of bed. However, with deadlines and expectations around every corner, that way of thinking doesn’t apply to success. For many successful people, a new day starts the night before! No, I’m not trying to reinvent the calendar. Instead, I …

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Readers are Leaders

Leaders are Readers

If you haven’t noticed by now, I love sayings and quotes. Here’s one for today, by President Harry S. Truman: “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” The importance of this quote cannot be understated. Of course, I am not talking about picking up a Tom Clancy novel. I love a good …

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Who Are You Attracting?

Have you ever thought about choosing the clients that you would love to work with.  What would your “ideal” client look like?  Who is your “avatar” client? Having a clear definition and focusing on who you would love to work with, and what type of client you would like to attract, has a powerful effect …

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Shovel The Piles While They're Small

Try as we might, even the most effective leaders can be caught off guard at times. At some point we all have to deal with a compliance issue, an accounting mistake, or a call from a concerned client. While the easiest route would be to avoid a confrontation until you feel comfortable addressing these issues, …

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