Only Time Will Tell!

Only Time Will Tell!

Only Time Will Tell! “If You are not planning Your life – Someone Else IS and WILL!” (D.W Powell) Many times, I have heard these words:           We don’t make enough money.           They don’t pay me what I am worth?           I will never be able to retire! These are real questions that need ... 

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15 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

15 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

15 Reasons Why Businesses Fail Mistaking a Business for a Hobby Hobbies are things you enjoy and do when you have time. A business is a 7 day a week, 24 hour a day discipline. Poor or no Planning No Plan, No Strategy, = No Longevity Over Entrepreneurial Excitement Over excitement without the Research means ... 

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Lessons Not Learned in School

Lessons Not Learned in School

How To: Handle Money:          Delayed gratification                      Do I need it right now?                      Is this a want or a need?                      If I spend it now, will I regret it later.           Compound Interest Interest paid on the principle amount, which accumulates over a period of time. This can geometrically add to your ... 

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15 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

16 Books – – Shapers of Success

Handbook For Boys – Boy Scouts of America Servant Leadership – Robert K. Greenleaf Parent Effectiveness Training – Dr. Thomas Gordon Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill Paradigms – Joel Arthur Barker The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen R. Covey Leadership and the One Minute Manager – Ken Blanchard Principle-Centered Leadership ... 

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Leading Through The Woods!

Leading Through The Woods!

Leading Through the Woods! Are your leaders lost in the woods and need to find the right trail once again? Here are some ideas to help! A Clear and Compelling Vision Pull the team together and take an in-depth look at the Vision of the organization and then the leaders who will drive it.          ... 

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BluePrint

BluePrint

Blueprint: a copy of a design plan or other technical drawing The Blueprint Process was introduced in the 19th century. The process allowed quick and accurate reproduction of documents used in the construction and other industries. The blue-print process was characterized by light colored lines on a blue background, a negative of the original. They ... 

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