The Key to Fixing Big Problems? – Think Small

This morning I read an email from a friend who is understandably concerned about the racial, political, social, and moral unrest and issues that divide us. Like so many of us, he has been watching various YouTube videos which present some aspect of the problem but offer little or no solutions. His email ended with, “So what are we[…]

Why You’re More Prepared for a New Decade Then You Realize

My wife and I had the joy of spending Christmas in Atlanta with our oldest son David and his very pregnant wife Jeanna, along with our two other sons, their wives, and our three grandkids.  We had a glorious, sometimes chaotic time together. It was awesome! David and JeJe (that’s what we affectionally call her), have a beautifully restored home built in 1930. One of[…]

I Think We’ve Got It Backwards

How often do you dive into your day, your week, your month, full-steam-ahead and then work to fit in some necessary downtime to recharge your emotional, intellectual and physical batteries? It’s the American way right? Work hard and recharge – rinse and repeat!  But recently I heard a sermon that got me thinking perhaps we[…]

The Three Best Sales Skills You Need

This is an excerpt from my friend Jim Mathis, a “reinvention expert” I’ve come to know and respect. You can connect with Jim at www.jimmathis.com. “Sales are contingent upon the attitude of the salesman; not the attitude of the prospect.” -Clement Stone I love when someone says during a sales workshop, “I’m in the problem-solving[…]