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4 Aug, 2014

What You Should and Shouldn’t Sacrifice to Reach Your Goals

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:26+00:00 August 4th, 2014|Accountability, Business Growth, Business Strategy, Five Friends, Integrity & Ethics, Leadership, Leading & Managing Change, Personal Development, Results|

From Joe Calloway: I found this definition of sacrifice: “to give up something for something else considered more important.”  I’m going with that. If you’ve set the right goal, you should sacrifice pretty much anything and [...]

13 May, 2014

Focus on What Truly Matters

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:29+00:00 May 13th, 2014|Accountability, Book Reviews, Integrity & Ethics, Leadership, Personal Development, Results|

These days it seems that we’re all so busy, overcommitted, and information-obsessed. Our never-ending to-do lists are long and we run around trying to “keep up” or “be important,” and in the process stress ourselves out. Unfortunately, it often takes something bad to happen to slow us down, wake us up, and force us to focus on what truly matters most in life.

3 Jan, 2014

Why Most of Us Won’t Achieve Our New Year’s Resolutions

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:37+00:00 January 3rd, 2014|Accountability, Leadership, New Year's Resolutions, Personal Development, Results|

Most of the talk about New Year’s Resolutions is just that – talk. Despite all of our good intentions, most of us won’t achieve our goals for the year. Research released by the University of Scranton Psychology Department reports that only 8 percent of Americans are regularly successful in achieving their resolution. 49 percent achieve occasional success, and 24 percent are never successful. So in other words, the odds are stacked against you even if you set a goal for the New Year

14 Sep, 2013

Hey Boss, who is really running your business? Grow a pair and find out!

By | 2016-10-29T15:29:38+00:00 September 14th, 2013|Book Reviews, Business Growth, Business Strategy, Corporate Culture, Leadership, Personal Development|

This week we feature a guest blog by New York Times best-selling author, Larry Winget. It is based on his new book, Grow a Pair. I can't recommend this book enough. Buy it now, and then buy another copy for that person you know needs to grow a pair.