Let’s be honest: money is taboo.
Well, to be more accurate, talking about money is taboo.
I love seeing all the gratitude posts during Thanksgiving, and I deeply subscribe to the power gratitude has in shaping our happiness. Though gratitude posts don’t go very far unless backed up by action throughout the year, so how do you move gratitude from a post to practice? Consider gratitude is actually three things that work together.
Talk of “the Great Resignation” has been massively oversimplified and should be thrown out like old Halloween candy. What’s really going on in the employment market is much more complicated than people simply quitting their jobs.
No matter what business you run, how you interact with your customers really matters. People love to feel special, and if you can make them feel that—while also maintaining a high-quality product—they’ll come back again and again.
Nice is being agreeable and pleasant. Kindness shows generosity and consideration. Business calls for a lot of disagreeable and unpleasant interactions but we can show generosity and consideration nonetheless, like when firing someone.
More family time or more money? That’s never an easy question…
Last week I had a conversation with a very successful entrepreneur trying to decide if he wanted to grow his business.
If you’ve been surprised by someone you thought you knew, consider you may have mismanaged your relationship with potentiality and pragmatism.
Recently I had an opportunity at a real estate conference I was attending to hear from Pastor Amos Disasadiscuss the 7 things he hears the most as he comforts people at the end of their life. These really hit home with me because unfortunately two mentors of mine, Dave Jenks and David Garrett passed these last 30 days and I’ve been thinking a lot about the legacy they left. I thought I’d share these lessons, along with the raw notes to myself.