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“There is more power in unity than division.”  ~ Emanuel Cleaver, United Methodist pastor, American politician and a member of the United States House of […]

T is for Title

On July 22nd, 2015, posted in: Blog by Tags: , , , |

“Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flow charts.  It is about one life influencing another.”  ~John C. Maxwell – Author, Speaker and Pastor I […]

Storytelling is a critical skill in the business world but it tends to be overlooked.  No one ever puts on a position description “Must have […]

R is for Rolodex

On July 10th, 2015, posted in: Blog by Tags: , |

“Rolodex” may be a dated word but regardless if you use it or some contact database, it is important to use it correctly. How often […]

How often do you get the opportunity to be still and have quiet time?  A few years ago, I was walking on the beach early […]

I wrote an article a few years ago on common courtesy and it struck a chord with many people.  It seems that people today do […]

Society views an organized person as one who is successful or at least has their act together.  We tend to think of messy people as […]

Take a moment and ponder this question – when you pass away, how do you want to be remembered?  We recently lost a family member […]

I was listening to the John Tesh radio show and he mentioned that to be more productive you must follow the 50-10 principle; 50 minutes […]

When we were children, we had lessons on a variety of different topics including math, history, science, and English.  Depending on what kind of student […]