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Inspiration

Do you ever have those days where you just need a little inspiration but don’t have a ton of time? Yeah, we do too.

Read on for some tools and tips to help you improve your leadership and your business. Don’t worry, they’re quick reads.*

*Apparently, humans have a shorter attention span than a goldfish nowadays


Blog Free Gift, No Strings Attached

Think about those people in your life who just get you. You know, the ones who make you feel uplifted,…

September 23, 2020 Read
Blog The Three Keys to Marketing

Is your business living in the now or in it for the long haul? Sure, that clever ad may have…

September 16, 2020 Read
Blog Breaking Down Barricades

Have you ever stood up to give a client presentation and suddenly felt an ache in your gut? You know…

September 9, 2020 Read
Blog Are You Sharing Your Forte?

I’ve noticed most people are quick to tell you their faults, but hold back their strengths. Our society teaches us…

September 2, 2020 Read
Blog How to Build an Unstoppable Team

Are you getting your employees’ full firepower? At Prophit Co. we expect—and welcome—our associates’ full, authentic selves. It’s one of…

August 26, 2020 Read
Blog Stepping Into Your Power

Pandemonium. Mayhem. Confusion. We’ve all been through the wringer in the past few months trying to keep up with heavy…

August 19, 2020 Read
Blog A Killer Toolbox

Every leader needs a killer toolbox. You can create your own based on your personal leadership philosophy, but as I’ve…

August 12, 2020 Read
Blog I Got Screwed – A Leadership Seminar

Blinded by my excitement last week, I missed some important signals. I saw an opportunity I could not pass up….

August 5, 2020 Read
Blog Ask the Most Powerful Question

As I write today’s Wisdom, I’m outside on my patio, birds singing away and wind rustling through the trees. Summer…

July 29, 2020 Read

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Sometimes, all it takes is a little inspiration.

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