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Small Change

Change is important. There is no debating that. Change is necessary if we want to learn, grow, develop, or get better. The question is whether learning, development, and getting better comes from big …

Back to school(?), back to normal(?)

Back to School(?), Back to Normal(?) Normally around this time of year, I post about the return to a “normal” schedule, with summer ending, Labor Day behind us and everyone in Minnesota officia…

When Networking, Marketing, and Psychology Meet

Networking is a form of marketing. It is a deliberate use of resources (time and/or money) to establish your brand, get you noticed, and build your business or career. Good networkers grow their busin…

Stop Tying People's Shoes

Recently in one of my SuccessLAB groups, the topic of training came up for discussion. One of the members, who is in a leadership role in his family’s financial firm, was struggling to decide whethe…

Get out of your own way!

More often than not, business owners are. . . . involved. . . . in their businesses. Intimately. Down to the tiniest detail. They are connected to every aspect of our businesses. They know the ins and…

The Business Book Club

Book clubs are a great idea, in theory. They bring people together and help establish new relationships and strengthen old ones. They expand horizons and open people up to new ideas through literature…

Two is better than one, eight is better than two

Board of directors. Trusted advisors. Peer groups. Masterminds groups. Roundtables. No matter what you call them, all businesses (and all people) do better with a group of people with whom they can sh…

Small Steps, Big Change

I talk regularly with my clients about taking small steps that lead to big change. This concept holds true in business, and it holds true in our daily lives. Being at home more has made us all more aw…

Connection Matters

We’re deep into it now, friends. By my count, we are in week seven of quarantine in all of its wonderful forms— masks, gloves, social-distancing, e-learning, OD’ing on Purell, weird videos on Fa…

Getting Comfortable in Your Home Office

Like it or not, we’re all working out of our home offices now. Many of us are creating a home office for the first time, which leads to challenges in working efficiently. This guide is not about you…

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