Every day you are either building a relationship or tearing it down. With your co-workers, your clients, your family: everybody. It bears keeping in mind that our actions and attitudes either grow or kill something. Little by little. Drop by drop. Death by a thousand cuts. or Life by countless acts of kindness.

I made two mistakes today.¬† None were business related, but mistakes none-the-less. I ordered the wrong thing on Amazon: twice. And then I did something unintentional while eating out. Donk. Donk. In general, over the past five years or so, I’ve made it a point to be a person of integrity. Despite the embarrassment, it
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Today, for my work in self-improvement and therefore my business improvement, I’ve been listening to a bunch of TEDx talks by folks like David Allen and Jeff Sutherland and somebody whose name I’ve already forgotten. That’s the point. I’ve already forgotten. Our brains, as amazing as they are, simply¬†can not hold all the information we
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So often, we feel that we can not be successful until we are perfect. As a result, we balk, stifle and hold ourselves back for fear of falling flat, disappointing or embarrassing not only ourselves but others. Consider giving yourself permission to allow the principle of wabi-sabi to flourish in your business efforts. Yes, we
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January 2, 2018 Food for thought today comes from an article posted that I recently read regarding the importance of being alone. The difference between being alone vs being lonely. Why society sets up “alone” as a thing to be avoided at all costs and the false, maddening logic behind it. Sara Maitland’s School of
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