Leslie Flowers' great post on Taking it To The Source led me to post this.
You have two options when you receive sub par service or defective merchandise. You can go to management to make it right, or say nothing and pay anyway.
I got tired of saying nothing and paying anyway. It didn't resolve things to satisfaction, it left me irritated all the time, and it…
Books on my work bookshelf which are read part & parcel throughout the year.
Here's a few of the titles: (as they rest on the shelf)
Open Your Mind, Open Your Life - Taro Gold
The Richest Man in Babylon - George Clason
37 What Were They Thinking Moments in Marketing - Olalah Njenga
Questions you always wanted to ask about English - Maxwell…
Added by Phoenix - Operations Assistant on January 31, 2012 at 4:24pm — No Comments
New Podcast fro Tim Moore, Listen While You Work:
"How to Maximize Millennials in the Workplace" with John O'Connor of CareerPro and Tim Moore. Listen as we discuss how to maximize the potential for Millennials in the workplace.
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Added by Tim Moore on January 31, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments
I just read a great article in Success Magazine last month which was based on the principle that increasingly our most scarce resource is not our time but our attention.
These days phones, app’s, tablets, computers, texts, and emails not only compete for our time, but almost more importantly, they compete for our attention. It is great to set an appointment reminder on your phone, but when you start getting reminders, texts, and calls while you are working to achieve your goal, these…Read More
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Goal Setting Tips from Leslie Flowers
Recently Leslie Flowers, a master personal growth expert based in Cary, discussed Goal Setting and Achievement at a women’s networking meeting at the Pittsboro General Store Café. Leslie is certified in goal setting by internationally known success guru Bob Proctor and teaches various personal and professional development…
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Setting goals and why we rarely achieve them
The word goal becomes common even during our childhoods. In sports like basketball, soccer, and hockey, we hear often about making goals to score, and then the team with the most points wins.
As students set goals at school: to read 50 books a year, to make good grades, to edit the newspaper, to be selected for the…Read More
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I was recently asked that question, and the answer is yes! You may still have some children in college, a spouse who relies on your income, an aging parent to care for, just to name a few reasons.
Another good question is - do you own the right kind and the right amount? You may need less coverage than you did 20 years ago and its a good time to look at permanent coverage so it will be there when it is needed the most. There are several options and they are easier to…Read More
The company you keep speaks volumes about who you are. The implications go far and wide, your values, your beliefs, your goals, your attitude... It is true in business and in our personal lives.
As hard as peaceful demonstrators may try to disconnect themselves from violence and destructive behavior in the Occupy Wall street movement, they cannot. Here is a link to an article about what has happened in Oakland. It is very disturbing.…Read More
Jeremy Wrenn is the owner of Wrenn Home Improvements.
Nature of Business:
WHI is a local fully insured contractor that specializes in…Read More
Just as good SEO includes, not only excellently crafted "on-page elements", "off-page factors" can play a bigger role (see: Inbound Link Text Rules), and some of the best SEO starts…Read More
It’s January, taxes are due soon and 2011 was not as great as you had hoped. What do you do? Move forward. Its 2012 now – a clean slate with which to write on.
So 2011 did not go as you had hoped. You may not have found time to enter in all your deposits and receipts and have everything stockpiled in a drawer or box. The business card was used for personal purchases – well – a couple of times (or more!). Cash flow felt more like a cash drip with some months wondering how all…Read More
The image above is an example of a great website in terms of layout and appearance.I did not build this one, but it is a great example of the type of website I like to create (additionally, it is built using a Wordpress theme that I like to use – in fact, I used it to build my own…Read More
Added by Greg Borchardt - Web Designer on January 29, 2012 at 5:32pm — No Comments
by “Coach Bud” Coggins
Independent. Freedom. Courage. Resilient. Resourceful. Risk acceptance. These are the characteristics of two species: the human species we call “entrepreneur” and the bird species we know as the North American Bald Eagle. What better icon for an entrepreneur could there possibly be? For centuries this majestic bird has been a symbol of power, courage, freedom and independence.
“Wait a minute”, you are saying, “I don’t think eagles flock” and you are right.…
Added by Bud Coggins on January 29, 2012 at 4:58pm — No Comments
I saw this article the other day on linkedIN about retirement. I thought it was worth sharing.
This issues has always raised some questions for me to ask people.
What are your thoughts on Social Security for retirement?
Do you save for retirement, whether it's a 401k, IRA, or some other savings account?
Do you ever really think about…Read More
The screenshot above is the homepage for Ford Motor Company. I did not build it, I do not work for Ford (neither does anyone in my family), nor do I own a Ford vehicle (again, neither does anyone in my family). But I love their website! I love it because it is simple in design, but oh, so effective! Their website…Read More
I LOVED being pregnant and women hated me for it. Mothers who LOVE being a Mom and are naturally "good" at it - or appear to be - I ENVIED.
My pregnancy wasn't even as good as textbook - it was better. I might have experienced 1% of the topics discussed in "What To Expect When You're Expecting" by Heidi…
Added by Megan J. Huber on January 26, 2012 at 10:29pm — No Comments
Just attended this new workshop series Bev Mahone, BAMedia, is giving. Terrified of course, we each took our turns in front of the video camera. You know it wasn't that hard. Bev has such a warm tone and friendly style. She used each person's short experience to provide simple tips that guide you to know what to do with the TV or Radio news professional.
Be the Professional Expert that you Are - Online or on…Read More
I am often asked on the best way to engage with your ideal clients. In order to have success in your social media plan, you will want to make sure that your social media profiles include the below specific information:
1. Strong Profile- make sure you have a strong profile with specific information that answers the question of…Read More
Have you ever used Duct tape to fix a broken item. I can bet this was just a temporary fix and you ended up having to replace the item eventually or worse having to spend more in the long run. "Diets"are like duct tape. They may work temporarily but they do not fix the underlying problem. Is there an imbalance that is causing weight gain and difficult loss, is there a stress or emotional issue that causes you to eat when you are not hungry, can a little education on proper balance of…Read More
Just a little fun for my football fans out there! We know that the New England Patriots and the New York Giants are going at it again in the upcoming Super Bowl. So how does this pertain to your taxes? Ummmmh…… It probably doesn’t! However, I had to channel my inner-dorky accountant and decided to compile a…Read More
Added by Lauren Massie, Tax Specialist on January 25, 2012 at 9:46am — No Comments