What is True G.R.I.T ?

When it comes to legends few of us can dispute the DUKE! John Wayne set the standard for many Hollywood actors that followed. I  was an impressional 5 years old when John won his Academy award for his leading role in “True Grit.”  By that time, John Wayne’s career had already spanned over 5 decades.…

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Well Being is your Birthright – 7 Tips to Claim it back

1. Start where you are. There’s no better time or better place than NOW! 2. Find your light, your anchor and what’s most important to you. We can get motivated by Bonnie Ware, a palliative nurse who spent  many years recording the most common regrets of the dying. She first recorded her dying patients epiphanies…

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Relationships and Burning Bridges

There’s only two reasons for burning a bridge, you’re at war and the enemy is coming or you’re being chased by someone or something (Zombies came to mind) and you get across the bridge first. I’m wondering though, what happens if you burn the bridge only to find that there’s an even greater enemy or…

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2 Little Words with Big Implications

Where you’re from says everything and nothing about you and your character. The two most important attributes you can develop over your lifetime are integrity and authenticity. I can remember when I was young thinking I didn’t belong in my town. I wanted so bad to experience different parts of the world and different cultures,…

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Litmus Test for Your Chief Financial Officer

There’s a very easy way to tell if you’ve hired the right person to trust with your company finances. All you need to do is look at the accounts and check the dates when they paid themselves their salary or bonuses. If they paid themselves before anyone else my suggestion would be to start looking…

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It’s all about (to) change

Change your life!

I’ve spent the last two weeks studying change management and reduction in force (RIF) or was it RIP? There are over 700 books written on this topic and countless theories. The way organizations manage change and people manage change are closely linked for obvious reasons. Most Managers are on a constant learning curve. They are…

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Never having to say… “I wish I had”

never say I wish I had

What if your employer hired you on an agreed salary and then when it came to pay day they only paid you half of the agreed sum. What would you do? How would you react? Like most people you would go and fight for your money and then quit your employer the very next day.…

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How to Read People

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The Ultimate Sales Model

This “Ultimate Sales Model” can be used both personally and organizationally. It’s a training and coaching guideline which shows the intricate parts necessary to achieve Sales Mastery. The great thing about this model is it shows the percentage of time you should commit to your training, coaching and development. In addition it points out the…

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Ideas to Increase your Energy

Energetic Person

“Energy Cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another” Albert Einstein This is not new information, most of us learned the The Law of Conservation of Energy  in our high school physics class. Well, at least theoretically we should have learned it. I didn’t think about the practical…

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