What They See is What They’ll Do

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The other day I was in Hobby Lobby with my entire family. 3 kids and a husband. If you aren’t familiar with Hobby Lobby, it is a very large craft store, some pre-made items and then craft supplies galore. As I was helping my oldest daughter look for beads (she is my entrepreneur with her […]

Is it really a time management issue?

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You ever have so much you want to get done but the to-do list ends with the same number of items on it as you started, yet you crossed things off? Odds are, you have a priority management problem, not a time management problem. My daughter is this same way and it is something we […]

70% is Forgotten the Next Day

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Have you ever started a job, trained for the position, and then you didn’t revisit most of the information you learned? Training should be an ongoing part of any job, but often that training only comes in the form of a new process or product where it is necessary to learn it. You should have […]

The Disadvantage of Being a Micromanager Instead of a Leader

Being a boss is not for the faint of heart. There are many nuances when it comes to being a good boss, and just because you are a boss it doesn’t make you a leader. Of course you should be a leader, you should strive to be a good leader, however, many bosses are staring […]