One Mistake You Already Regret

A crew showed up this morning at the home across the street from ours. The work reminded me of a mistake many entrepreneurs and business leaders make. Let me explain. When our neighbor’s home was completed a few months ago, the sod was installed but it never took root. Maybe the ground was too cold…

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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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Amazing Truth: Successful People Don’t Compete

By definition, to compete is to strive to outdo another for acknowledgment, a prize, supremacy, or profit. But trying to outdo others can put a lid on our potential. Why? Because most creatives, entrepreneurs, business leaders, consultants, writers, coaches, etc. aren’t living up to their potential. Rather than tap into their unique abilities, they look…

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Your Irresponsibility Becomes Someone Else’s Responsibility

I can’t take credit for the title of today’s post. I heard it in a message by Andy Stanley. His words stuck in my mind because I’ve seen this played out numerous times in a variety of situations. You’ve seen it, too. When someone is irresponsible enough to drop trash on the ground, someone else…

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How to Change Your Life in 30 Minutes per Day

I don’t fall for hype. I know when I’m being played and I’m not a fan of it. So, let me assure you this isn’t hype. What I’m going to share with you is a proven strategy that, if turned into a habit, will change your life. Stick with me and you’ll see what I’m…

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How Will They See Today?

My wife and I recently took a drive several miles down the Natchez Trace. Though the fall leaves lack the vibrancy of past years, the trip was full of beauty. We stood quietly and listened to leaves fall to the ground. We saw monuments to the soldiers who walked through those hills during the War…

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