Tag: success

Little Things Matter



Did your Mom and your teachers at school teach you to say please and thank you? Did they teach you to greet people politely and be friendly? Did they teach you if you can’t say anything nice about someone not to say anything? Did they . . . Well believe it or not all of… Read more »

Consistency Builds Momentum



What differentiates the really successful businesses from the mildly successful businesses? From what I can tell, one of the core components of being really successful is consistency. This consistency generates momentum and when these businesses get rolling they’re hard to stop. The secret is to get the boulder rolling. Most of the effort goes in… Read more »

Year End Review-You Complete One, Don’t You?



As I’m writing this, I’m working through my yearend review. My planning for the upcoming year can take several hours spread out over several days. It’s not a quick process. Why do I take the time to do this? Well if I don’t spend time evaluating what worked great, what worked kind of OK, and… Read more »

How Do You Know . . .



I’m willing to bet that more than once this has happened to you. Let’s say you’ve started a new business or a project that you’re not an expert in. What happens? You inevitably discover that there are a few things you need to know that you didn’t expect. This has happened to me more than… Read more »