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Be The CRO (Chief Reminder Officer) 2 Ways to Communicate with Clarity
Much of success in business relies on getting everyone on the same page. And inevitably someone has to choose to lead the charge in getting clarity.  In the Army, we reviewed ‘comms’ (communications) procedures…
Bookkeeping for Marketing Agencies: From Disaster to Delight
When it comes to bookkeeping for marketing agencies or other creative industries, there are ways to do it productively so you can get back to doing what you do best. As anyone who works in a creative industry…
How Your Experiences Shape You & Your Legacy
Your experiences shape you and your legacy. When you imagine the legacy you’ll leave behind, this vision is the result of the life you’ve lived. Your attitude and feelings about money, giving, and philanthropy, have…
Are you Living with Scars, Real or Unseen?
We’re all living with scars. Some are visible…others are hidden. And it’s the hidden scars that can cause the greatest pain in our lives…but it doesn’t have to be that way. You don’t have to deny the…
Farming Priorities: Top Concerns for Each Decade of Life on the Farm
A functional medical doctor I heard on a podcast one day said, “Don’t let age be your cage” when addressing folks who complain about the aches and pains of aging. Society says that we ought to “retire” at 65,…
How to Start Your Own Virtual Business During a Time of Crisis
If you have been thinking about starting a virtual business or even pivoting an existing business to have more of a virtual presence, there’s never been a better time. It may seem like a time of economic uncertainty,…
Dog Anxiety Around Fireworks and Storms: Stressful For Pets and Humans
Dog anxiety can be so painful if it is your dog who is suffering. Dog stress around fireworks is very common. It is also a very common time for animals to get lost, injured, or killed as they run in panic, thinking that…
I’m so glad I trusted my impulse to jump into this program
It has opened new pathways to learning, growing, transforming… essential activities without which I feel stuck. As the course materials inspired me to review my life, I rediscovered old memories I had completely…
Keeping Things in Balance – Pillar 4 Nutrition
We live in a world with more abundant food choices than ever, and mixed messages about what to eat abound. We’re bombarded with advertising, fitness, and diet information which are ever-changing and…
The Next Evolution in Leadership – Will You Fit In?
Your leadership style is important during ordinary times. These days, though, your leadership strengths and weakness are being put to the test, aren’t they? You don’t have the benefit of bringing your team together…
3 Ways to Grow Your Financial Planning Business With a Blog
How would you like a salesperson who works for free? If you have a financial planning business, your blog is the perfect way to attract and influence prospects to become clients. It’s like having a salesperson working…
How Fear Controls You
Fear can be a major factor in the success of a business. Employees who act out of fear often have a belief that they are not valuable at their work, or that they could lose their job. These fear-based behaviors do not…
5 Ways to Take Back Control (Even in Uncertain Times)
In a time where so much seems so uncertain, is there a way for you to take back control? If you’re like many people these days you may be feeling pressured to “do something” with this uncertain time we are in.…
Ten Virtual Event Ideas to Keep You Ahead of the Curve
If you’re like every other event planner in the world right now, you’re scrambling to think of more and better virtual event ideas every day. Online event hosting has become the new normal, whether you were ready…
Three Tools To Manage Emotions In Your Team
“I want a re-do of 2020!” a senior leader said to me recently. After the difficult task of crisis management during the pandemic, trying her best to keep her virtual team engaged, pivoting plans to keep customers…
Emotional Tax—Am I paid in full yet?
Over the past year, I have been in a slump. And the best way I can describe how I’m feeling is simply tired. Not the, I-need-to-take-a-nap-and-when-I-wake-up-I’ll-be-more-energetic kind of tired, but exhausted at my…
6 Questions You Must Ask To Capitalizing on Clarity
I have worked with dozens of companies and organizations addressing both team and organizational challenges. I am always surprised that most leadership teams have no idea who their ‘First Team’ is. The ‘First…
Reinventing Your Life After Farm Retirement
A weather-worn farmer has recently transferred a major part of the farm business to his millennial successor. He asks his spouse, “What are we going to do for the next 20 years?” She reflects with a hint of surprise…
Top 5 Legal Concerns for Influencers on Social Media
Being a social media influencer presents legal risks. Neglecting these concerns can result in misleading advertising, potential liability, and lawsuits for infringement, or censorship. The post Top 5 Legal Concerns for…
Is Your Pet Afraid of Fireworks or Storms?
Having a pet afraid of fireworks can be so stressful, and not just for the animal. I can tell you—watching your furry companion, suffering, panicking, and running in fear of loud noises is no fun. It can be downright…
Embrace the AND: Focus on Problems AND Opportunities
Do you have so many problems to solve that you miss the opportunities to seize? Learn how to focus on both by embracing the power of AND. The post Embrace the AND: Focus on Problems AND Opportunities appeared first on…
Tips for surviving (and enjoying) the summer
Quote: “A life without Love is like a year without Summer.” – Unknown The heat is on, finally! And after the spring we’ve had it couldn’t have come a moment too soon. Around here, surviving summer is a way of…
A Tool To Grow Belonging
Since my conversation about race with my friend Vernice (a mother of two African American boys), I’ve been thinking a lot about what it is to belong versus what it’s like to feel like “the other.” In our…
Fashion, COVID, and Unleashing Entrepreneurial Creativity
Sarah Darcey aspired to build a fashion styling brand. But with a great job, her aspiration never left the back burner. COVID-19 changed all that. For months, Sarah was confined to her apartment. The more time she spent…
Does your Brand Name Need Fixing? (P.S. It’s Easy)
A bad brand name is one of the most consistent forms of self-sabotage I see in marketing today. Ironically, it’s also one of the easiest fixes around. There’s is no reason to stick with a lousy handle! Do you have a…
Myths about Making Decisions
Have you ever thought about how decisions are really being made inside an organization? Here are some myths about making decisions. Myths about making decisions Myth: Making good decisions is hard Fact: Implementing…
Dealing with Differences: The Hidden Challenge in Diversity and Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion are two words that have recently made their way to the forefront of conversations around the world. Here's how to deal with…
How to Build a Simple Sales Funnel for Your Small Business
Let me ask you a question: Do you want to get a steady flow of traffic and sales to your business? Check! Do you find things like lead magnets, opt-ins, and conversions confusing? Check! Would you like a simple,…
4 Unusual Financial Strategies for Small Business Owners
It takes a good, in-depth look at your unique business plan to come up with really good financial strategies. Doing this work is completely worth it. As part of our service to small businesses that we serve, we always…
Lehigh has science, technology, and business in a vibrant social culture
Interested in pursuing a field in science and technology? Then Lehigh University is well worth considering. Lehigh has invested millions to enhance programs in nanotechnology, biotechnology, biosciene and…
What do Compassionate Financial Life Planning and Natural Horsemanship Have in Common?
Compassionate financial life planning & natural horsemanship have more in common than you might think. For starters, both take patience. The post What do Compassionate Financial Life Planning and Natural…
The Secret to Strong Teams
Do you know that understanding different personality types can help you grow as a leader? Anyone who is in a leadership position knows that leadership requires patience and understanding. This is true whether the person…
The evolving role of the CISO
In 2017, 27 billion devices were connected using the Internet of Things (IoT). The International Data Corporation forecasts there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices generating 79.4 zettabytes (ZB) of data by…
Are You Preserving Your Culture During the Covid19 Crisis?
There’s nothing like a crisis to test our workplace culture. Climate disasters, financial recessions, health pandemics, plummeting oil demand, 911 terrorism – the list of recent crises is long. Today, many of them…
Keeping Things in Balance – Pillar 3: Movement
Have you been wondering how to squeeze more movement into your daily routines?  Or do you find yourself stressing out about that gym membership you let lapse a few years ago?  If so, you’re not alone: Most Americans…
5 Things Your eSpeakers Account Can Do For You…That You Probably Don’t Know About
Join Dave Reed as he shares 5 things your Speakers account can do for you…That you probably don’t know about! The post 5 Things Your eSpeakers Account Can Do For You…That You Probably Don’t Know About appeared…
What to do When Doubt Creeps In
Overcoming self-doubt is never easy.  It takes mental fortitude, discipline, confidence, and determination. But when you do overcome self-doubt, something beautiful happens. Here is Susan Williams’ story. A Lesson in…
Get the most out of Microsoft Teams' all-in-one Tasks tab
One of the universal issues almost every company struggles with today is task management. Businesses worldwide lean on task management software to help create, allocate, and track various job assignments for employees…
Why it’s Important to Have Community in Times Like These
During normal times, successfully navigating the college admissions process requires purposeful intent and consistency throughout high school. Each year may be focused to cover these key highlights: 9th grade –…
Self-Care: Prioritize, Don’t Procrastinate
Are you a notorious procrastinator when it comes to self-care? Do everybody else’s needs come before your own? By the end of each day, you have nothing left for yourself. Your own cup is empty because you’ve spent…
Why is Hormone Testing so Important to BHRT?
Hormone testing is an important part of BHRT therapy. Here are the basics—the different types and how they are used. The post Why is Hormone Testing so Important to BHRT? appeared first on BHRT Training…
A Simple Trick to Protect Yourself From Negative People
Do you have any negative people in your life? Maybe a friend who slyly cuts you down whenever she gets the chance, or a coworker who takes credit for your work and points out your mistakes, or just someone you don’t…
Effective Communication Techniques to Bring Your Workplace Harassment Policy to Life
You are committed to creating a great culture and providing a safe workplace free from physical and psychological harm. You have updated your bullying and harassment policies. You have leadership commitment and have…
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