Most of us like to feel the sense of completeness when it comes to tasks, projects, and finding solutions to problems. We want to get out of the uncomfortable places and back into comfort. This is our natural inclination.
Be Open to Discomfort
I have found that my most substantial growth comes when I allow [...]Read More... →
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. ~Albert Einstein
You hear a lot about “mindset” out in business circles and in the workforce in general. It has become sort of a buzz word that most people still don’t fully (or even partially) “get”.Read More... →
STRESS! You know what I’m talking about, that exciting stuff that’s enticing, alluring, tantalizing, dramatic, overwhelming and at times even addicting! YES, that tempting potion that can do more harm than good in the wrong hands, the wrong context, or with the wrong responses to it.
Stress is actually a great thing. When you perceive [...]Read More... →
“The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.” ~Peter F. Drucker
That new dog is your new, revised Marketing Plan. In today’s world, you must redesign your marketing strategies so that they will really work to catapult you into success. Today, [...]Read More... →
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