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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Serious About Your Business? Maybe Not!

Adam is a fixture at the local farmer’s market. He is a walking knowledge base of information about plants, their nutritional benefits, and how to use them in some creative ways. His fresh ginger and tumeric are my wife’s favorites. When you talk to Adam, you know he is serious about farming. But he’s also…

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You Can Be an Entrepreneur (Even If You Are AARP Eligible)

My 59th birthday was yesterday. I’m not sure how I got here so quickly. When I was a kid, 59 seemed like an age at which people started packing up their memories and heading to the porch to wait for the mail to be delivered. Though there are some 59-year-olds with that daily routine, I’m…

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