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The Twin Building Blocks for a Healthy Relationship

When we both contribute our best efforts is when we’re building a life together that will weather any storm.

Freedom & Independence

When we frame the discussion in terms of freedom and independence, we find goals worthy of our effort.

Little Things Will Make a Difference

By paying attention to the little things we can serve our guests better, and they’ll be more likely to reward us with their business.

Micromanaging for the Win

Being directive can be an incredibly useful tool to take someone new to a task to get the best out of them.

The Donkeys and The Eagles

We all know that there’s a very big difference between treating people equally and treating them fairly, but too often, this bit of common sense is ignored.

Are Our Goals Worthwhile?

A vague goal is next to useless. Here’s how you can set goals worthy of achieving.

The Year That Was and the Year That Will Be

With the year drawing to an end, we’ve come to a perfect opportunity to review 2019 — what went right, what could have gone better and what kind of effort we put forth during the year to maximize our success.

The Theory of 5: Risk and Reward

We might be offered a new opportunity or position that will provide higher pay or some other reward but comes with more responsibility and will require more time and effort. Or, conditions at our current position might change, tempting us to look for a job elsewhere — or even strike out on our own.

The Theory of 5: What We Receive from Mentoring

Once we have gained our own wisdom from our experiences, it’s time to give back what we’ve been given to someone coming up behind us. We do this not only because it’s the right thing to do but because that’s how we continue to grow, improve and hold ourselves accountable. By being a mentor to others, we both encourage others and allow ourselves to keep growing.

The Theory of 5: Failure Is a Part of Success

Very few of us are good at an activity the first time we attempt it. We learn by trial and error. We make an attempt and we find out what works, what doesn’t and then, armed with this knowledge, we try again.

The Anti-Mentor: Blueprints for What Not to Do

It’s your first week as a new salesperson at the dealership. You’ve been shown around, received some training and you’re excited by the potential you see in the career ahead of you. It’s lunchtime, and you’re alone in the breakroom when one of the experienced salespeople sits at your table.

The Theory of 5: Changing ‘Or’ to ‘And’

There are times in our lives when we seemed to be faced with a fork in the road and can only travel down one path. For example, “I can have a balanced life OR I can have prosperity.”