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Year end is a great time to consider the year to come. Review the wins and losses and vow to make 2014 even better. Update your Budget. Consider what costs are going up. Health insurance? Yep. Retirement benefits? You aren’t … Continue reading
Anthony and Rose joined me and Shauna (aka Sha-nomenal!) and the Phenomenal Team at Howard Partridge’s Inner Circle program in Houston. There, we hosted the FUNomenal Financial Blast. Owners from 21 companies cleaned up their financials, crunched budgeting numbers, … Continue reading
Recently, I chatted with Monaica Ledell of MommyBreadwinner.com about what it takes to be successful in business. We agreed that a winning business of your own can expand peace, prosperity and freedom. It can also help make the house payment and … Continue reading
Wow. It is the 10th annual A.G.E. Business Planning Retreat. Al Levi, Gail Gudell and I have met every year since 2004 to review our respective business plans. It’s our time to reflect and recommit to our highest intentions. This … Continue reading
“I would willingly stand at street corners, hat in hand, begging passersby to drop their unused minutes into it.” ~Bernard Berenson Our most precious commodity is time. You can always make more money. You only have so much time. In order … Continue reading
Does it make you cringe to think about imposing the formal structure of an Organization Chart on your small shop? Fear not! The Organization Chart can be a wonderful tool. Recalling my many, many jobs, I can count on three … Continue reading
What price would you put on the gift of life? Priceless? Beyond measure? No way to put that value in dollars? But we attach a price tag to ourselves every day. How much do you charge for an hour of … Continue reading
Business is pretty easy. I wish we taught accounting and finance basics in sixth grade. Alas, I didn’t even learn how to balance a checkbook during my high priced stint at a private college for a Business Administration degree. However, once I … Continue reading
Oh, the lists are lining up! Tis the season for the “Best Of” and the “Worst Of” and the requisite “Resolutions for the New Year.” The pressure is on to make this year better, bigger, more profitable than 2012. Perhaps … Continue reading
I started running when I was 13 years old and I’ve been running ever since. Not continuously, mind you. But every day or two I head out for a run. The key to longevity as an athlete is staying healthy. … Continue reading