Category Archives: Direction

Lost on a shelf

  I was cleaning off a bookcase today. It had become a convenient dumping area instead of an organized storage space. One of the shelves had a box. And in that box we’re several books that a good friend sent … Continue reading

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B-flat or A-sharp?

As a leader, it’s up to you to set the tone of your organization. And not to overuse musical terms, but is it upbeat or a downbeat? Does it need a tune up?   Tweet

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Contentment and apathy

Two reasons why some new businesses don’t make it beyond their first two years. They don’t know and they don’t care. Ignorance and apathy. A dangerous combination for any business. The same can be said for our life. You may … Continue reading

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The goal of all goals

In setting goals, what would you do if you had the opportunity to set the goal of a lifetime? You only have one shot at getting it right. What do you think it should be? Should it be a goal … Continue reading

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What do you do with a 9-pound lemon?

You make a whole bunch of lemonade. When situations arise, when life throws you a curve, when you don’t get your way . . . it might be time to re-evaluate your goals. Maybe your goal was too low. Maybe … Continue reading

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