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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Please Don’t Create a Course (Before You Read This)

People don’t typically learn very well on their own, especially at the start of the learning process. You might be surprised to read that sentence in a blog written by someone who creates a lot of online courses. I didn’t make it up; I read it in a book that is teaching me a lot…

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Change Your Mind or Lose It… Advice for People Who Know It All

Have you ever met someone who seemed to know a lot about everything? I guess a few people really are that knowledgeable; but most are just faking it. There’s perceived power in information, so some people refuse to utter the words, “I don’t know.” However, there are so many things we know so little about.…

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How Not to Teach Adults (and Why It’s a Bad Idea)

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young. – Henry Ford According to the dictionary, learning is the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught. Knowledge is comprised of facts,…

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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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Three Reasons People Ignore Your Message, Product, or Service

Daily mail comes in three varieties—things you ignore (junk mail). things you don’t like (bills), and happy things (letters, payments from clients, etc.). Personally, we get more of the first two than we want. Junk mail goes straight to the shredder. The other two kinds hang around a little longer. Your message or product or…

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