Blurring the Lines

Gaining clarity about things that are important  The hardest part of day-to-day life is keeping on track and prioritized. In much of our life we major on the minors, and minor on the majors. We start out with good intentions. We aim in the right direction, but for some reason, we easily get off track.  Imagine an airplane leaving Atlanta headed to Paris. The headings are set and the flight plan is filed. The plane …

Ready, Fire, Aim!

Click to follow me on: Twitter  LinkedIn   Facebook Opening things you might want to consider: Aim low, and you can reach your goals without getting disappointed. If you can stay calm, while your surroundings are in chaos, then you probably haven’t completely understood the seriousness of the situation. Doing a job right the first time gets the job done. Doing the job wrong fourteen times gives you job security. Artificial Intelligence is no match for Natural Stupidity …

Have You had Your 15 Minutes of Fame?

We have all seen the news when a big event happens. The news camera usually focusses on someone who doesn’t have a clue, and the reporter asks questions. This is their time to shine in the sun. They were not expecting it nor were they prepared for it. They say things on live television that will make them kick themselves later. This was their 15 minutes of fame. Think about it, 15 minutes is not …

5 Business Lessons I Learned the Hard Way

Author: Jeff Hannah – Consultant/Connexus Group Read more about Jeff here… I’ve made plenty of mistakes in business – many have cost me dearly. I’ve learned much from those poor choices, which I want to share with you. These are the five most important lessons that I’ve learned the hard way, as I look back over my 25+ year career – as an employee, and as an employer. I hope that these lessons can help …