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Every Good Endeavor Part 2

This is the second blog in a thirteen part series based on “Every Good Endeavor” by Tim Keller. Intro For the last few weeks, I have been reading a book by Tim Keller called “Every Good Endeavor.” Tim Keller the lead pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York. He has a doctorate, he has […]

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Business Pro or Average Joe

Late last year I wrote a blog titled “What Should You Be Asking a Coach” (found here). In it, I addressed five keys areas you should consider when hiring a coach (or consultant). Four months later I am noticing that not only are people not asking those questions when hiring a coach or consultant, but […]

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It’s About Time

It’s about time you start thinking about the time you are spending every day. Too often, we don’t think about time because we don’t visually see it going away. I mean, at the end of the day we realize that the day has gone. Or when we hit 30 years old, we wonder where the […]

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Lies

“Yes I can do that. Of course I can provide what you need.” It happens all too often. Did you even think about what you said? Did you realize what you were doing? How could you? How could you lie right to your customer’s face? If you were to take a poll and ask the question […]

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A Title Doesn’t Make A Leader

We all know that the greater the employee’s title in a business, the greater the perceived power. But the keyword is “perceived”. And while every employee in an organization must follow the proper chain of command and respect those in higher authority, there is a time when aspiring leaders need to begin blazing a trail […]

Ask For Help

Too often people are afraid to ask for help in business. I have shared before that this is most likely pride and something we need to get rid of if we want to succeed. Today I decided to give the video blog a try. Please provide any comments and feedback you may have.

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The Root of the Problem

No matter how many different things you try and do, the root of your problem will always be the root of your problem. A terrible (and regularly unsuccessful) recurring theme in businesses that cannot grow sales is the act of adding more to the mess.  Hire more sales people (fire the old) Role out a […]