Category Archives: Team Building

Empowering or Enabling?

 

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How Can You Have More Fun At Work?

Interesting question, eh? It was one that was posed to me recently, and it really got me thinking. How about you? In some ways, I make having fun a certainty at our company. Every 90 days we have a team outing to celebrate … Continue reading

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Are You Expendable?

As markets shift, change and turnover at the company level is inevitable.  Watching the cycles over the past 20 years has shown me this.  So I challenge you to ask yourself the following questions: How valuable are you?  Are you … Continue reading

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Celebrate Your Progress Often

Every quarter, our team celebrates the progress we’ve made together. The progress isn’t just about production numbers, revenue, or how many families we’ve helped. It’s to proactively recognize and celebrate the personal and professional growth each individual has made, and … Continue reading

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Attitude Check

I shared the following with my employees this week, and thought I would share this with you all: “The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than the facts. … Continue reading

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My 3 Words for 2015

As I look ahead to what must happen for me to view 2015 as a tremendous success for my businesses, my employees, my clients, and my family,  I see a very long list of goals and projects.  I get extremely … Continue reading

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The First Vow of Success for Sales Professionals and Business Owners

I will depend entirely on my own capabilities for my financial success. This vow removes the dependency for a “job”, or employment by others, as the source of your economic livelihood.  You have committed to a career where you must … Continue reading

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