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Momentuming Your Life

O.K. … “momentuming” isn’t a real word, thought it should be. It’s important to acknowledge the sheer active nature of momentum, so much so that the word would deserve the most active tense one can use in written English. At its essence, true momentum in life is...

Knowing Where to Tap

My father’s uncanny sense of intuition and the lesson it taught me There is a great story about the giant ship with the broken engine. The ship’s owner brought in several repairmen, but no one could get the engine working. Eventually, an old man with years of...

Choose Your Friends Wisely

Do it right and you’ll put powerful business-building relationships to work for you When you strip away all the extraneous things in life (you know, “wants” versus “needs”), there are precious few vital items we must have. Food, air and water are no-brainers....

Strong Leaders Share

A look at how leadership master John Maxwell collaborates without dominating Every school kid knows Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but few know J.P Morgan and the Vanderbilt family provided the capital that made the idea a reality. Collaborating – or...

Smarts VS Grit

I really don’t care how smart you are, It’s really about how persistent you are!
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Hunger in Paradise

How do you guard against complacency and the damage it can do to your business?         Answer: create “hunger in...
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Engagement through Values Based Leadership

Our friend and collaborator Davis Taylor on the benefits of VBL. Check out the article...
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Why are you in business?

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Fan or Friend?

Are you a fan or a friend? Here’s what happened when Greg met Pittsburgh Pirates Manger Clint...
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Momentuming Your Life

O.K. … “momentuming” isn’t a real word, thought it should be. It’s important to acknowledge the sheer active nature of momentum, so much so that the word would deserve the most active tense one can use in written English. At its essence, true momentum in life is...
Read More

Knowing Where to Tap

My father’s uncanny sense of intuition and the lesson it taught me There is a great story about the giant ship with the broken engine. The ship’s owner brought in several repairmen, but no one could get the engine working. Eventually, an old man with years of...
Read More

Choose Your Friends Wisely

Do it right and you’ll put powerful business-building relationships to work for you When you strip away all the extraneous things in life (you know, “wants” versus “needs”), there are precious few vital items we must have. Food, air and water are no-brainers....
Read More

Strong Leaders Share

A look at how leadership master John Maxwell collaborates without dominating Every school kid knows Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but few know J.P Morgan and the Vanderbilt family provided the capital that made the idea a reality. Collaborating – or...
Read More

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