Category Archives: Preparedness

Preparation

I heard this quote the other day. Sorry, I can’t give any credit to its author. It’s hard to prepare for something when you’re not ready for it. Wait . . . isn’t that why we prepare? Whether it is … Continue reading

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Take control

Are you in control of your day or does it control you? Do you have a plan for the day or are you a leaf succumbing to the directions of the wind as it blows you around day-to-day? Generally speaking, … Continue reading

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It’s simple to feed them

Whether you’re feeding five or five thousand, you still take it and make it simple to make it successful. Pictured above is the small banquet room I helped setup for the 2013 Chick-fil-a Leadercast. I was part of a team … Continue reading

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Getting ready

What do you do to prepare for the workday? It’s still called work. Here are 4 tips you can use to prepare for the next workday. And to my coworkers, I’m trying to take my own advice. 🙂 1. Know … Continue reading

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Where is your destiny?

I know I’ve asked this question before. But it bears repeating. Do you know where you’re headed? “A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.” Jean de La Fontaine, French poet (1621-1695) Tweet

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