One Decision That Changes Everything

I’ve always been a baseball fan. My dad was a Little League coach so I spent a a couple of years as a bat boy before I was old enough to play. Later, I got my chance. I had the uniform, glove, shoes, and stash of bubble gum. I had everything I needed, so I…

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Is It Time to Pivot?

How do you know if or when it’s time to pivot your business? This is one of the questions entrepreneurs and business leaders ask when their revenue begins to plateau. It’s easy to run from one thing to another, but that’s usually more counterproductive than we realize. I remember dealing with a client whose business…

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You Don’t Need to Find Your Ideal Client

I can’t remember when I heard it first, but almost every content creating, marketing, motivational, coaching, or educational experience begins with the same step—identify your ideal client or customer. I bought into that idea because I didn’t have any other options. However, I’ve discovered something interesting. Finding your ideal client isn’t the most important thing…

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Nine Out of Ten People Never Do This

Most people don’t live out their dreams. They wish and wait. They make excuses. They hope for the best. As time goes by and their dreams are unfulfilled, some become frustrated and bitter. Others give up. | John Maxwell According to Inc. Magazine, 92% of us never achieve our goals or accomplish our dreams. We…

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The One Thing Keeping You Stuck in a Rut

STUCK! When I talk with people of all ages, but specifically those over 45-years-old, I hear that word used to summarize how they feel. Though their circumstances are unique, their outcomes are the same. Our culture seems to enable a predictable pattern—a slow rise from age twenty to forty followed by a plateau from forty…

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Three Kinds of People Who Don’t Need Coaching

“I don’t need to be coached.” I hear that said in a variety of settings. And, honestly, I agree. There are some people who don’t need coaching. They tend to fall into one of the following categories: The Arrogant Know-It-All These people are easy to spot because they present themselves as experts in every field.…

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