Power of Determination

 On Monday, April 21, 2014, Dick and Rick Hoyt will run their final marathon together in Boston to honor all of those killed or injured last year.  At birth, Rick’s mother and father were told their son would be no more than a vegetable and was told to institutionalize him.  Rick was born with cerebral palsy because the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck and compromised his oxygen levels.  His mother and father refused to give up on their son.

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Gorilla On Your Back

Have you ever felt like you had the weight of a gorilla on your back and it seemed to grow at an uncontrollable speed? You are not alone.  Many business owners share the same burden while balancing that fine line of running operations and creating revenue. This leads to the next question:  Why is this such a challenge and what can be done about it? In the majority of cases, the “why” and “what” can be found in Marketing.

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When the Pink Slip Arrives

Perhaps you heard rumblings or perhaps it came as a total surprise. Either way that Charlie Brown moment occurred. You know the one when your boss told you, “Due to economic conditions…” or “I’m so sorry, we are going to have to let you go.” At that moment, you saw his or her lips moving but all you heard was,”Womp,daa,woomp,daaaa,wooomp…” In fact, you felt like you were moving in slow motion.

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Happy New Year!

At the beginning of each New Year, most people begin with a New Year’s resolution.  It probably would not be inaccurate if we said the majority of people abort the mission by the end of the first quarter.
So, what will it take to be where you want to be on December 31, 2012?  It will take a B.A.T.T. Strategy.  Before you tackle the B.A.T.T. Strategy, you will want to take some quiet time to reflect on 2011.  Take a moment to recall and journal all of the blessings you were given and the opportunities to grow from the challenges you faced.  Yes, take a moment now.

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Outside the Comfort Zone!

It wouldn’t be called the “Comfort Zone” if it wasn’t reallllyyyy scary and “Uncomfortable”…but once you step one or two toes outside of it…you start to feel the reward and the strength to keep going.

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