Monthly Archives: February 2011

One size does not fit all

“Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief, doctor, lawyer, merchant chief.” How many hats do you own? And by hats I mean roles. And by own I mean take responsibility for. Too many times we have the wrong hat on … Continue reading

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Are you on the right team?

Or, better yet, are you working for the right company? You’ve been given a talent, or two. Or maybe more. Are you using it (them) the right way? Hopefully you realize it before someone else does. [five-star-rating] Tweet

Posted in Acknowledge, Success, Talents, You | 4 Comments

A departure from the norm

Departing from the norm here. Can’t answer why this hit me the way it did today. “When you walk through a storm Hold your head up high. And don’t be afraid of the dark. At the end of the storm … Continue reading

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Nurturing atmosphere

In order for our children to grow and thrive, we provide a nurturing atmosphere where they can learn and develop. What about this type of atmosphere for your employees? Are you providing opportunities for growth and advancement even in the … Continue reading

Posted in Bottom Line, Business Growth, Career, Development, Future, Growth, Improvement, Maturity, Progress, Reward | 2 Comments

Inspiration vs. Motivation

What’s the difference? They both call for action. I once read that motivation makes you work just enough not to get fired. Inspiration makes you work hard enough to fire your boss. Did the public humiliation of the stocks work … Continue reading

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