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Risky Chicken

Many people are aware of the inverse relationship between risk and reward. Financial investments are referenced most often when talking about risk and reward. Low risk = low return. Many of our activities and decisions today are based on the concept of minimizing risk. Risk Management has become a huge business and we are always hoping to…

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Finding the Keys to Success

This is an original post I wrote on LinkedIn. Enjoy: Many people are searching for the key to success. I hear people talk every day about how others found success, then they describe what they did as if they could speak it into existence in their own lives; “He built his business on Amazon” or…

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Happy President’s Day

Instead of just another day to sleep in and not go to school, I was thinking about how to tell my boys about what today. Our U.S. President’s have done many great things and are great men to look up to. Sure, we don’t agree with all the politics and viewpoints of every President. Despite…

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Each Day

Today, I read a comment that said parents have 7000 days before their kids leave home. It really got me thinking about how I spend each day interacting with my boys. 19 years * 365 days = 6,935 How important do you make each day? I’m guilty of wasting my days on things that don’t matter…

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ATS1

Reaching your goals can be tough. Hiring a coach to help you can be expensive. I’ve come up with a plan to help both of these hurdles. Having a coach to help you reach your goals is a no-brainer. Championship teams, Olympic athletes, and executives hire coaches to work with them every day. You probably…

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Write Better Email

I shared this infographic from Inc. Magazine and writer Aaron Orendorff (@iconiContent) that garnered way more discussion than I thought it would. I shared it because poor communication in professional email is a bit of a pet peeve of mine. I work in a corporate environment where email thrives and seems to be useless a large…

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What Hurdles Are You Facing?

One of the questions I love to ask people, both in work and personal life, is what hurdles they see in front of them. Usually, the question is specific to a business project, transition, or personal goal. Hurdles or challenges come up in all parts of our lives and we should expect them. All too…

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