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Four Tips to Avoid Counting Your Work Chickens Before They're Hatched

Have you heard the latest phenomenon in the whole labor game amidst our supply chain issues?  There’s a boomerang effect going on.  It’s as if, for both the workforce and supply chain dynamics, the folks counted their...

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Four Key Elements to Make Your Family Meetings Better Than the Royals'

The glue is gone. She held you together as a family for so many years.  She was the reason you came together.  In honor to her and the family she built, you tried to put on the brave face, the happy face, the game face.  She was the...

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Don't Chicken Out of Tough Money Talks - Tips for Success

“I don’t want to talk about it!”

Boy, I’ll bet you’ve heard that before.  Possibly even uttered it yourself.  I know I have.

And yet, there are certain conversations we really shouldn’t chicken out...

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Three Ways to Keep Chickens From Coming Home to Roost

 Oh my, have the chickens come home to roost.  Look around you and you can see it everywhere.  From politicians in hot water to a lifetime of not taking care of yourself resulting in a heart attack, it happens. 

Take...

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Three Strategies for Making the Shift from Employee to Owner Less Lonely

Over the past few years, the emergence of new business enterprises has skyrocketed.  Between the Pandemic and Great Resignation, many looked in the mirror and said, “Let’s do this!”  Since 2019 and the start of the...

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Three Lessons a GOAT Shows Us on How to Serve Up a Big Change

I have a confession to make.  Tennis has never been my game.  I’m more of a badminton gal.  (After all, my best friend in high school, Sherry, and I were the badminton champions of our high school gym class!)  Tennis is...

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Cash is King. Five Strategies for When Your Customer's a Joker

Back in time, most businesses operated on the basis of extending credit to their customers.  Even retailers.  It was common to be able to “run a tab” and pay off the bill on a regular basis.  Of course, from a retail...

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What Two Border Crossings Teach Us About Driving Value in Our Company

Traveling holds such mystery and intrigue, particularly when you head off to places you’ve never been before.  It lets you to compare and contrast what you usually experience at home with that other place.  Sometimes the...

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The Weekend I Was Hit With a Two-by-Four: Live Your Best Life

We spend so much time focused on our careers and our businesses; how often do we slow down to identify and appreciate the things that make our life feel whole and balanced? We know that planning is important.  We plan for our financial...

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Seven Strategies to Avoid a Crash When Your Plan Hits a Roundabout

I don’t know about you, but last week sucked.  I mean sucked.

A close set of friends lost a loved one. Every time I turned on the news, my head exploded for more reasons than are appropriate to discuss here.  And my car was more...

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