Why you should love your work Sooner or later you will wonder why you are not passionate and energized about your work. At the same time, an inner voice will tell you to suck it up because work is only a four-letter word and you are not supposed to enjoy it. It is a misconception … Continue reading Consulting – You must love your work?
What's thе dаrkеѕt сlоud hаngіng оvеr уоur hеаd? If уоu'rе lіkе mоѕt реорlе, іt'ѕ уоur fіnаnсіаl рrоfіlе. Hіgh dеbt, a hіgh (аnd grоwіng) tаx burdеn, аnd lоwеr еаrnіngѕ саn соmbіnе tо сrеаtе a wоrrіѕоmе hеаdасhе fоr аnуоnе. Onе оf thе mоѕt соmmоn mіѕсоnсерtіоnѕ аbоut wеаlth іѕ thаt thе оnlу wау tо сrеаtе іt іѕ bу … Continue reading Old Wаyѕ Tо Nеw Wеаlth
While flipping through some old papers the day I saw this maxim scribbled down on a piece of paper. This maxim has proven true for many. there is a high likelihood that folks with a military background have heard it somewhere along the way. Success Maxim Success equals preparation meeting opportunity. This concept is, also sometime … Continue reading Mastery – Success Equals Preparation
Key Success Characteristics in Decisive Situations For leaders and managers two key behaviors of success are: Pay great attention to relevant details Concentrate on skillful, timely, and accurate communications Source The Way of the Warrior: Business Tactics and Techniques from History's Twelve Greatest Generals, St. Martin's Griffin, 1998. ISBN 0-312-19535-4, James F. Dunnigan And Daniel … Continue reading Leadership – Success Characteristics in Decisive Situations