Monthly Archives: April 2012

It’s not rocket surgery

Success doesn’t come overnight, unless you’re a laxative. The steady progress made by doing the right thing day after day, working hard toward your goal, putting one foot in front of the other . . . that’s the secret formula … Continue reading

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Do you know where you’re vulnerable?

Do you know where you’re most vulnerable? Just because you know doesn’t mean you won’t fall victim. But knowing and planning your reaction can go a long way in minimizing the damage when it hits. “On September 11 2001, America … Continue reading

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While living today, don’t neglect tomorrow

According to the Small Business Association, over 70% of new business survive the first two years. But only 50% can make it past 5 years. What can be done to make it beyond 5 years? I don’t have the answers. … Continue reading

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You’re grounded

No. You’re not in trouble. While it may be a fairly common punishment for children, it’s got a different meaning for adults. To be “well grounded” means living a life based on a solid foundation, based on reality, principled. While … Continue reading

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Somehow we win out

I’ve spoken¬†written a lot recently about goals and what we are doing to achieve them. I’ll let the words of President Reagan relay the sentiment for today. Be well, my friends. May you reach your goal. “My philosophy of life … Continue reading

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