Category Archives: belief

Results are merely souvenirs of great endeavor!

No one knows you and your business better than you do. So if you want someone to show you how to run your business, hire a consultant. They are everywhere. No one knows your work better than you do. If … Continue reading

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Becoming the Value-Based, Purpose-Driven Leader

“If you are not self-reflective, how can you know yourself? If you do not know yourself, how can you lead yourself? If you cannot lead yourself, how can you lead others?” ~Harry M. Kraemer,¬†From Values to Action: The Four Principles … Continue reading

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The Definition of Success

Almost everyone I know, or can think of, wants the same thing: Success. How about you? Could anyone not want to be successful? Well, there’s been a lot written on the subject over the years, including some useful quotes: Woody … Continue reading

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The Definition of Success

Here is my slight adaption of a contribution from my colleagues at Resource Associates Corporation (RAC) that builds on the Definition of Success I live by and share with my clients:Almost everyone I know, or can think of, wants the … Continue reading

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