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The Power of Urgency©

Willy Wonka (Gene Wilder) famously said, “So much time and so little to do. Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it.” We're all going hard and fast. Everyone’s busy, stressed and overwhelmed. To do lists are endless, time is finite and the most common phrase from most people is “I wish I had more time” or “I didn’t get it done because I didn’t have enough time.” Good luck with that strategy – somehow coming up with more time. With all of this hurrying, most of us just want to slow down and do less. Given this current reality, the last thing you want to hear from me (or anyone) is to do more or work harder. So I won’t say it and, in fact, I don’t believe it’s the answer (at least for most of y

Faithful Longevity Matters

We live in a world of instant gratification. We want things NOW and if we can’t have it we move onto the next thing. We eat out at fast food restaurants, text message expecting an immediate answer and microwaves take way too long to heat up food. We want quick answers so we surf the net or ask Siri, we type in directions to our GPS or phone app and immediately find a route to where we are going. Our grandparents and generations before us grew up working for businesses or in a factory for decades. Boys started working in menial jobs and stayed with a company year after year earning more respect, gaining experience within the environment being mentored or trained by someone older. Men took tho

The Balancing Act – Personal Health and Business Life

Our personal health truly impacts our work and business life. Our emotions and physical health play a part in our productivity for our companies and clients whether we realize it or not. So often in our fast paced society, we book one more meeting, take on one more client or answer one last email even when we are stressed out and not doing well. We put in extra hours well past our allotted schedule. We multitask, take work home, read up on articles, learn new programs or answer one last text in order to keep ahead of the competition. But what are we sacrificing when we try to squeeze it all in. Very often, we sacrifice crucial personal needs that we sometimes aren’t even aware of. Have you e

Faithful Longevity Matters

We live in a world of instant gratification. We want things NOW and if we can’t have it we move onto the next thing. We eat out at fast food restaurants, text message expecting an immediate answer and microwaves take way too long to heat up food. We want quick answers so we surf the net or ask Siri, we type in directions to our GPS or phone app and immediately find a route to where we are going. Our grandparents and generations before us grew up working for businesses or in a factory for decades. Boys started working in menial jobs and stayed with a company year after year earning more respect, gaining experience within the environment being mentored or trained by someone older. Men took tho

Human Interaction – An Innate Need for All

When is the last time you were away where Wi-Fi or the use of your cell phone was impossible? Maybe you went camping in the mountains or served the poor in a remote village? Maybe you went on vacation where it wasn’t accessible? Do you remember the feeling of freedom? Did you feel like you had all the time in the world and space to think, feel and enjoy your experience? So much of our lives today involve technology. We text instead of call, email instead of write, and post on social media sites to communicate what’s going on in our lives. We rarely have meaningful human interaction with people around us. Our social gatherings include a drink in one hand and a cell phone in the other. We are

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