“3% Of People Have Measurable Written Goals for their Life, Also 3% of the Population Owns 90% Of the Resources in the World” – Jack Canfield Keep Score for Success It is in our nature as humans to reach for something and to go for something better than where we are at now. It is […]Read More 3 Principles – Keep Score for Success
“If people knew how hard I worked to gain my mastery, it would not seem wonderful at all” – Michelangelo Be Willing to Pay The Price We all know an overnight success right? Wrong! Even the successful people or companies that seem to show up out of nowhere, have built what they have and have […]Read More 3 Principles – Be Willing to Pay The Price
3 PRINCIPLES FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS #1 – Belive I was fortunate enough to recently attend a seminar by Jack Canfield (Co-Author of Chicken Soup for the Soul) called One Day to Greatness. We spent the day reviewing some of his 67 success principles. During that seminar, I started thinking about which of the principles were […]Read More 3 Principles – Believe
Welcome to a 5 part series on developing your business plan. Whether you are just getting started, need to refine your current plan or have been at it for a long time, but have never had a plan, this series will help walk you through the key areas. On top of that, no matter if […]Read More Developing a Business Plan Series
What makes a good business person can mean different things to people, but I have noticed some similar traits all good business people have in common. A business person to me is someone who is focused on their career, they have goals to grow and achieve more in their chosen profession and they lead people in […]Read More 5 Keys to Being a Good Business Person
Leadership is a funny thing and honestly, most “leaders” or managers of people get it completely wrong. We have this vision of a leader in our society of these hard-nosed,hard-charging, yelling and screaming “get it done” type people. These are called the Heroic Leaders and these are the leaders we have learned about since school […]Read More Lead with Confidence
If you spend any time on the industry message boards or Facebook groups, the overwhelming theme for most people’s questions about equipment or supplies revolves around “I got the cheapest press I could find”, or “what do you think about this cheap ink?”. Unfortunately engaging in a conversation about the “cheap” item will end up […]Read More Is it possible to buy a GOOD/CHEAP (Insert Product Here)?
This is not my original work, but hit home for me. With Elections happening I felt it was good to share. One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut. After the cut, he asked about his bill, and the barber replied, ‘I cannot accept money from you, I’m doing community service this week.’ […]Read More Please Vote!