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    28 Jul

    photo by David Goehring via Flickr

    photo by David Goehring via Flickr

    Business owners are drawn to marketing ideas like a moth to a flame. It feels like the one piece need that will finally complete the puzzle of their business.

    Great marketing is the holy grail to

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    21 Jul

    Macy skiing

    The most memorable lessons in perseverance and persistence are not stories from history books but from the events that play out in our lives.   I got a great reminder of that on July 13, 2014.

    At 6,500’ elevation, the lake water in Montana rarely gets above

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    14 Jul

    Sharing their lives with each other

    As I write this, I’m trying to figure out how I’m going to work out my schedule for the next few weeks and get everything done.

    We’re going on vacation – and this summer for the first time in a very long time,

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    08 Jul

    photo by Steven Depolo via Flickr

    photo by Steven Depolo via Flickr

    If your company doesn’t have a handle on getting paid in a timely way, chances are your business will eventually fold, regardless of how great your products or services are.   That was the next message;

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    30 Jun

    Finding the Sweet Spot

    When a baseball player makes a big hit, it’s because he hit the ball with the sweet spot of the bat – that’s the part of the wood that generates the most output (for the same effort). Which means the ball travels farther

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