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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Think Big… No One Else Is Doing It!

Nothing is so embarrassing as watching someone do something that you said could not be done. | Sam Ewing Our lives are full of the byproducts of big thinking. If we stop for a moment and survey the environment around us we will agree that big thinking has led to all sorts of things we…

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Reimagine Your Future – You Can Do It!

The future. I remember watching episodes of The Jetsons and imagining what life would be like if you could talk to and see people without wires attached, stand on a conveyor belt and move to your next destination, turn frozen food into meals in a matter of seconds, and allow technology to park your vehicle.…

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“Used to Be” Isn’t a Plan for the Future

I used to be…a nuclear chemist, computer room technician, fitness center attendant, youth pastor, editor-in-chief, ghostwriter, medical school instructional technologist, etc. Those “used to be” stories, however, don’t have to define my future. In fact, those stories are simply ingredients in a future that is still under development. For as disconnected as those stories are,…

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I Finally Found an Affordable Standing Desk

I spend a lot of time at my computer. I don’t have a choice. Whether I’m creating a marketing funnel, info-movie, course, email, and so forth, I have to be at my computer. That means I spend somewhere between seven to ten hours per day at my desk. Now, I exercise daily, eat healthy, avoid…

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The Most Important Customer Question

Customers ask a lot of questions. They want to know about prices, terms, guarantees, among other things. As important as those questions are, none of them is the most important question. Most questions come from a sense of confusion or even skepticism. These are negative-rooted questions. In other words, if not answered satisfactorily, your relationship…

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