Reflections


I Resolve to Stop Making New Year’s Resolutions

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Jan 2017

I Resolve to Stop Making New Year’s Resolutions

It’s the start of a New Year – a time when many are hoping for a fresh start – embarking on resolutions with the intent of making this year better than the last. I support everyone who is committed to improvement and I wish them much success. As for me, I could care less about the start of a new year. I don’t wish to...

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Courage, Community and Conception

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Nov 2016

Courage, Community and Conception

Unless you’re a stranger to my posts, you know that I advocate showcasing the human element. People form relationships – and relationships are built on trust. Simply put, people buy from those they know, like and trust. It’s refreshing to stumble upon posts of folks who are willing to share their journey – whether it’s business or personal. And, my friend Matt Hannaford, is no...

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Purpose Trumps Winning

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Oct 2016

Purpose Trumps Winning

It’s the heart of the fall season. While most people enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, I love this season for one reason and that’s football!  I played the game for 13 seasons during high school and college. I love football because it’s about teamwork. It’s truly a game of inches. If you’re a split second too soon or too late, it’s the difference between a touchdown and...

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3 Reasons I Am ‘Over Myself’

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Oct 2016

3 Reasons I Am ‘Over Myself’

I am both humbled and excited by the recent popularity of my posts on this blog. Now, I am feeling pressure to keep that momentum going and pump out stellar content, which has me dragging my feet on what I want to write about each week. Ironically, this procrastination lead me to today’s post. Do you ever find that you don’t follow your own advice?...

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Losing a client isn’t always a loss

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Sep 2016

Losing a client isn’t always a loss

Those who know me can attest that I’m not shy about sharing my feelings on certain topics. But, I realize, in social media, sometimes you have to. And our clients are no exception. We are often forced to swallow our pride, pretend that we’re in a great mood, and perform the ridiculous circus tricks that they request. Occasionally, it’s a learning experience and we actually...

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