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When bamboo is first planted, it doesn’t seem to do much… until three years later, after the slow process of getting established and taking root pays off with a huge growth spurt. All those years beforehand, it was establishing the groundwork to prepare to take off. Similarly, we need to make incremental changes over time...
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Want to ensure your 2019 goals happen, without fail? Embrace these simple, yet life changing ideas, and reaching the finish line for whatever goal you set will become not only plausible, but inevitable. And they are… 1. You aren’t dumb if you don’t know something. News flash… no one comes out of the womb knowing...
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Hey there, dream maker, goal crusher, life impactor… Changing the world can require “all we’ve got” a lot of the time… and sometimes/all of the time, you need a little fuel to keep going. I recharge with books, podcasts, and movies that inspire, motivate, and enlighten my journey… and these are some of my favorites....
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When they announced the winner, Bobby Bones, we looked at each other in confusion. While on vacation recently, we had a “chill night” with the kids, snuggled in early with each other and some fuzzy socks, got yummy room service and watched a little TV. This night, we happened to catch the finale of “Dancing...
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Powerhouse Member, Todd Tramonte is in a service business that is greatly commoditized yet he and his team easily get 40%-60% more than their competition. On this video edition of Morning Coffee Marketer, Todd shares two quick strategies on how he does that and invites you to get all of them by going to http://alistingaweek.com...
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I’ve been in business for myself for more than 18 years, growing one marketing agency from bankruptcy to a multimillion-dollar firm that I was able to sell at a really nice exit. Then I started all over and found success with another business . I’ve never earned a business degree, and I’m not particularly good...
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I remember staring so hard and wishing I could will her to move.  More than once. I would stare out of our office and see our Postwoman taking her break with our mail in her bag.  If I could just get her to take her break AFTER she delivered our mail, I might just be...
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They are the salt of the earth. In these few weeks of transition of moving to Georgia, my parents are staying with us to help with the kids. Last night at an “adults only” dinner after my kids went to bed (Cheesecake Factory take-out…delicious) my husband was sharing a story of his time working while...
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