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Passion Never Sleeps


I left energized and knowing what that voice reflected. Like rust, passion never sleeps. Hey Hey My My Ready to Work will never die.
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Seeing what you hear appear


All I know is since I started investing time each morning thinking, visualizing, and writing down what I wanted to have happen, and listening to tapes on the subconscious mind, the universe keeps sending opportunities to me when I least expect them. Continue reading

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A profitable life at any level


Started teaching a course on entrepreneurship tonight and the subject turned to cash flow. We were taking about the 7 C’s of lending which includes collateral. Collateral represents the ability to save and is required for any type of loan. … Continue reading

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Meditating Out of the Recession


Last week I spoke to an associate about the success of Transcendental Meditation (“TM”) in the United States only after Maharishi Yogi started charging for his mantra. I had read Dr. Herbert Benson’s Relaxation Response and had begun mediating with … Continue reading

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Golden Rule Management


 Almost eighteen years ago, Dr. Stephen Holoviak, published Golden Rule Management .  Dr. Holoviak, a professor at Penn State University- Mont Alto, is an expert in labor relations, small business management, and organizational behavior. His book outlined how applying a … Continue reading

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Business Coaching, Who needs it!


Why is something that is so obvious so hard to grasp sometimes? When I mentioned casually to group of friends watching a golf tournament that I do business coaching, one remark came back, “Coaching, who needs it.” What struck me … Continue reading

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Edwards Deming and the Family Business


 I recently was turned on to a 1984 video by W. Edwards Deming, the guru of Japanese quality and innovation. In the Five Deadly Diseases of Management, Deming correctly identifies the short term focus of management as well as the … Continue reading

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