Category Archives: Change management

Dealing with how people and organizations deal with the increasing rate of change in the market.

It’s not what I do, It’s what I do………. that counts.


How would you complete the following: “ It’s not what I do, it’s what I do for ______________ that counts.” Continue reading

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Blow Up To Go Up!


Are you a linebacker or a balloonist? This question came to me listening to an audiobook while watching conference championship football…… Continue reading

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Driving Miss Entrepreneur


The key to giving up the wheel is realizing that you not only arrive sooner at your financial destination but you can also see a lot more from the back seat. Continue reading

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What I learned from HGTV


I have come to realize that a new addition to my business is a fusion of my wife’s favorite HGTV shows. Continue reading

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How to have a Good Day – The day after Labor Day


When you aim to stay focused on your attitude and then pay attention to your most important goals, your day brightens. Continue reading

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Accountability and bucket lists


What do you do when your son asks you to do something you haven’t done in years? Continue reading

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The Open Borders Crowd


Yet, the vast majority of us practice open borders every day. We do it every day in our workplaces and homes. Continue reading

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2015 in review


Thanks for those who clicked on my blog. 2015 was spent developing vlogs on my Pro356 Consulting/Rick Miller YouTube site. 2016 will be my best year ever. Blessings, Rick The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for … Continue reading

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Why you need John Wooden and Stephen Covey!


“Things turn out best for people who make the best out of how things turn out.” – John Wooden
John Wooden shared this gem in his book, Wooden. These sixteen words sum up the reason for developing a positive attitude and a contingency plan. It’s not enough to have one or the other. You need both. Continue reading

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If you don’t know your next performance review results today, READ THIS:)


A “deer in the headlights” look was the response I got? What was the question?….
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