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Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2013’

The Bottom Line

There does not appear to be an end to sources for advice. After I cleaned up from mowing the lawn the other day, a man knocked on my door with advice on how to rid my lawn of moles. After the sermon on beginning transformation from where the person is, the explosions in Boston froze my thoughts on where I want the …

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Spring is a great time for TEAM!

Who do you have on your team? Some of us grew up playing sports, individual or team based. Have you ever stopped and looked at how that is playing into their personalities in the business world? How do they work with others? Sometimes you will see team sports people “playing well with others” in business today. But also, often we …

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18 Buckets of Money: Consulting

For many people, once they launch a website, they do so thinking that “Ok, now the money will just come rolling in.” Depending upon the business, they may just do very well. But, having spent the best part of the last 20 years working with websites, I can tell you that more often than not, it takes a bit of …

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Feeling Overwhelmed

“I am too busy to manage my business”… “I want to expand but I’m stuck”… “I can’t do one more thing”… “I know there are better ways but I can’t take the time to find them”… Sound familiar?? When running your own business it is easy to become preoccupied with day-to-day activities. You begin to lose touch with the big …

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POWERPLAY – Go for Breakthrough

Excerpted from STRATEGY OF THE DOLPHIN Dudley Lynch & Paul L Kordis “Tit for tat is how you “go for breakthrough” when playing with [power grabbing aggressors]. Its aim is to help mutual cooperation evolve. Once in place, mutual cooperation sets the stage for the truly exciting, productive aspects of playing Breakthrough, aspects that have high survival value for all …

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18 Buckets of Money: Customized Browsers

For many people, once they launch a website, they do so thinking that “Ok, now the money will just come rolling in.” Depending upon the business, they may just do very well. But, having spent the best part of the last 20 years working with websites, I can tell you that more often than not, it takes a bit of time. Unfortunately, …

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