If you’re reading this, there’s a very good chance you know the value of getting new perspectives on how to grow your business. And you probably understand the value of getting feedback from.
I never tire of stories of survival of any kind. I like to learn the values, beliefs, and actions that supported survivors to come out of a crisis situation where it seemed the “odds” were.
Lingering thoughts about revenue can evoke stress even in those who are financially sound. It’s natural to set targets for bigger revenue generation. But when you contemplate the possibility of not making the goal.
Many years ago I went to a sample sale right before the holidays. Display items from a high-end department store were for sale at rock-bottom prices. I spotted a treasure across the room.
“How much do I really need to know about my finances?” asked my client. Ah, a tricky question. And the answer is one that will be different for each person who asks this question. The.
You’re either going to think this is cool or weird. There is infinite wisdom and truth found by talking to your higher self… or someone else’s. It’s pretty amazing and fairly easy.
Back in 2011, I spent a day with the NY Times Best-Selling Author, Robert G. Allen. I went to his home (which was the most opulent home I’ve ever seen with humans living.
Have you ever gotten upset with a colleague or client for not responding to multiple emails or phone calls? What about someone cutting corners or not being honest with you? I personally get really irritated.