8 03, 2022

Seven Tips for Building Great Team

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What if you could fast forward your entrepreneurial journey three decades from now and look back at your team-building successes and failures to course correct right now?

That’s the purpose of this blog.

While there are easily many more tips than I am able to share

25 02, 2022

Business is hard…but it’s worth it.

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According to, when COVID 19 spread throughout the United States, 74.4% of small businesses were negatively impacted, feeling devastated by the mighty blow of a global shut down.

But here’s what interesting…

15 12, 2020

Calibrate Your Desires For Your Best Year Yet

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Business Planning2020 was an unprecedented year. Between the pandemic, social unrest, the presidential election and economic uncertainty, we are all ready to put this year behind us and turn to the year ahead

But, if you are not careful, turning too quickly to what’s possible next year becomes

1 12, 2020

Give Your Time To The Highly Committed

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Your clients are calling for a change.  No matter what niche you play in or how you market your products and services, clients show the demand for change with reduced open rates and declining conversion.  Through this, they are telling us that it’s time to change the way

17 11, 2020

Say NO To Those Who Aren’t a Fit

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In 2009, while working with my life coach, John Dulworth, I learned a powerful lesson that has served me for over a decade. It was to design a business that allows me to live a life of my own making, by mastering the art of a “Powerful

9 11, 2020

Master The Art of Listening

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One of the most powerful ways to enhance your ability to sell with ease and success is to master the art of listening. When you learn to truly listen in any sales conversation, you lay the foundation of trust and rapport, uncover buyer needs, and help the

3 11, 2020

The Three Stages of Successful Selling

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My journey with the art of selling has been an interesting one. Just one month into my first business in 1987, it became clear to me that if I did not figure this “sales thing” out, I was out of the entrepreneurial game. We were newlyweds,