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“You have to put yourself out there and be willing to fail.” Mike Williston In the entrepreneurial journey, very little actually turns out exactly how it was initially expected to. That is why patience is key for survival and success in entrepreneurship. This is according to our guest today, Mike Williston, who also believes that […]

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“It doesn’t matter where you come from or what you did, you can step into who you were put on this earth to be. “ L. Y. Marlow Breaking historical patterns doesn’t happen easily. This is especially true when it runs across multiple generations. It requires a strong will power and commitment to break off […]

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“Your inner world has to change in order for the external world to change. “ Often our experiences shape our mindsets and behaviors as well as determine how we respond to situations. Sometimes these experiences may not be the most ideal and end up leaving us with damaging energies that do not serve our best […]

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“Brands that are succeeding today are those that can take ordinary customers and turn them into evangelists for their brand.” Wayne Mullins The journey of entrepreneurship is filled with ups and downs which can sometimes be overwhelming. Learning how to deal with different situations and being less reactive to events happening around helps to balance […]

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“The quality of your relationships is it has a direct correlation to the results that you end up seeing.” Tim Fitzpatrick The journey of entrepreneurship primarily entails building strong and meaningful relationships with different stakeholders. Among all the different factors that interplay to ensure success, strong relationships in business remain central to building a sustainable […]

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“We owe it to ourselves and the people around us to be as great as we can.” Mary Kelly The brain is a central determinant of how people perform. Consequently, people can be able to improve their quality of life by altering their thinking and eliminating the negative beliefs and perspective that limit them. Our […]

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“If you do not pay yourself first, you’ll have to go do something else to sustain yourself.” Amanda Neely
When you are in the business of serving people, striking a balance between sustainability and serving is key to survival. This is according to our g…

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: Where was this when my son was a child? Preparation is key for success. To-do lists, an orderly desk, schedules for deliverables, blocking time for what I call “Get S**T Done” time, etc. Preparation does more than allow you to “Get S**T Done”, however. It creates new pathways for your […]

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: Don’t count your Chicken Dumplings until they are served. Before a global pandemic turned my business (and yours as well) on its head, I was on my way to my best year ever. As events rapidly melted away, it was disheartening, to say the least. Training budgets have been chopped. […]

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: Let’s agree to disagree. My outfit is most definitely NOT purrrrrfect. The first time someone said “Let’s agree to disagree,” it rubbed me the wrong way. The way it was said it to me, dripping with false sincerity, screamed an unspoken statement of “I am smarter than you and don’t […]

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