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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


Servant Leadership It’s time to Go-Give

I’ve mentioned in past Wisdom’s of my fondness for the Mary Kay organization. They get appreciation better than any company…

October 15, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Technology AND People

This pic was taken at the Minneapolis airport. The typical airports I visit have lines of seats where you wait…

October 8, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday The Definition of Guts

Lisa Pritzl works with me at Prophit Marketing and this gal has guts! It’s one thing to help an organization…

October 1, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Moments to Remember!

I love family pictures. They paint a picture of togetherness and getting along. I mean, look at this picture. We…

September 24, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Celebrate in moments!

When you think of celebrating success where you work, what comes to mind? Perhaps your mind goes to the company…

September 17, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Are you afraid of getting mud on your face?

Fear! What is fear? Fear is the unknown. Humans have this primitive fear of what they don’t know. Fear shows…

September 10, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Happy Relationships, Happy Life

Have you ever really contemplated the reason for your happy life? It boils down to relationships. Your life is only…

September 3, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday Letting Go!

Here he is, my son Alex. Every year since he was in kindergarten, mom would take a picture of him…

August 27, 2014 Read
Wisdom on Wednesday If you could see them through my eyes

If you could see them through my eyes!

August 20, 2014 Read

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Sometimes, all it takes is a little inspiration.

Understanding where others are coming from is critical in communicating and working toward a common cause.