Archive for June, 2012


June 28, 2012

The most important thing in life is not to capitalize on your successes – any fool can do that. The really important thing is to profit from your mistakes.
– William Bolitho



June 26, 2012
Without a compelling cause, our employees are just putting in time. Their minds might be engaged, but their hearts are not. Meaning precedes motivation.
– Lee J. Colan


June 21, 2012

The will to prepare is more important than the will to win.

– Levell Edwards

work willingly at whatever you do…

June 20, 2012

Do you have 10 Commandments of Business?

June 18, 2012

I follow several blogs, some business, some motivational, some spiritual, to continue to grow me as an Entrepreneur, an individual, and follower of Christ.  I particularly like the thoughts of one of the posts recently that was discussing the 10 commandments of doing business a different way. A way that is designed to lead to not just a great career that changed lives, but to the ability to love the work you do in the world, the business you aspire to build and the life you want to live.  You can read the complete post here.  Here are the 10 Commandments of Biz Jonathan Fields posted.


June 14, 2012

An empowered organization is one in which individuals have the knowledge, skill, desire, and opportunity to personally succeed in a way that leads to collective organizational success.

– Stephen R. Covey

Differences between Bosses & Leaders

June 11, 2012

A Boss vs A Leader:

  • Drives Employees…Coaches them
  • Depends on Authority…Depends on Goodwill
  • Inspires fear…Generates enthusiasm
  • Says, “I”…Says, “We”
  • Places blame for the breakdown…Fixes the breakdown
  • Knows how it is done…Shows how it is done
  • Uses people…Develops people
  • Takes credit…Gives credit
  • Commands…Asks
  • Says, “Go”…Says, “Let’s Go”

Which one are you?  Which one are your growing yourself to be?


June 7, 2012

The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.

– Jim Rohn

Opportunity for Work

June 6, 2012

Love Your People!

June 4, 2012

You can do 8 things to improve your business by loving people more:

1. Contribute – be part of the solution
2. Be Kind – have concern & respect for others
3. Be Patient – give others the time you’d like to be given
4. Be Honest – have truthful conversations
5. Encourage other People – give confidence & support freely
6. Apologize – say you’re sorry, because we all make mistakes
7. Forgive People – accept “I’m sorry”
8. Thank People – enjoy the work of others and show your gratitude

Love your people!