Monthly Archives: March 2011

The keys to happiness! Part 1.

Connect – We naturally want to connect with people. Sometimes you have to step out of your comfort zone to see what’s out there.  Start living outside of your comfort zone. Find someone you don’t know and start talking to … Continue reading

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Tell me when to start, please

Everyone is waiting on someone to tell them, Go! The problem with this is what if “Go” never happens. Instead of waiting around for you boss or manager to tell you when to start something, start it now – right now! … Continue reading

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What a failure.

A young man ran for legislature in Illinois, and was badly swamped. He next entered business – failed – and spent seventeen years of his life paying up the debt of a worthless partner. He was in love with a beautiful … Continue reading

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What does every great story have?

Conflict! Why? Because conflict makes things interesting. Take a relationship for example: when a person agrees with everything their partner says without question, two things happen: First, the person making the statement will get bored with their partner who doesn’t have their … Continue reading

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A small but difficult step in leadership

When working on a group project for a business or an organization, who gets the credit? This may sound strange but leaders don’t care about the credit, the pat on the back, or the new promotion. True leaders care more … Continue reading

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Where’s the landfill?

What comes to mind when you hear the word landfill? I image you think of a dump, with garbage piled high, mixed with an undescribable odor. For a school project, a classmate and I visited a landfill here in Memphis. … Continue reading

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Red Marketing

Traditionally, marketers would spend thousands of dollars on expensive ad campaigns to interrupt consumers to buy their products. The problem with this is when consumers don’t see the value in the new/different product why would they switch to yours? Marketing, … Continue reading

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