I am constantly confronted by seminar attendees with the notion that accounting is complicated. I tell them what I firmly believe, accounting is simple if made simple! I then proceed to make it simple and challenge attendees to agree as I expose the process to them. Most eventualy agree! I use a personal checking account in many instances to make the point of the simplicity of accounting. I enjoy training Non-Financial Professionals in the Foundation

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Eminent leadership authority Warren Bennis once wrote that many leaders he had met had at one time in their lives been tested to their limits. Such experiences mold character and give the leader insight into self that is necessary to carry on. This insight came to mind as I read Randall Stross’s perceptive piece in The New York Times on Steve Jobs’ exit from Apple in 1985 and his subsequent experience with the computer startup company, Next.

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Seriously, think about it. How many times have you questioned your self worth, after a comment was made about your services, skills, or knowledge of a topic. Repeatedly you would replay the event in your mind, again and again, wondering what you did wrong…or did someone not clearly understand you? This feeling of angst can simply eat at you. You will let it lie dormant for a while, but it can silently surface, again and

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If you watched the Masters Golf Tournament, you watched a truly riveting game. Something that nobody would believe to describe a golf game! But it was the “rise and fall” of Rory Mcllroy, and also of Tiger Woods! It seemed that Rory had this game locked up. Each and every hole he commanded the lead. And even towards the end of the game Tiger came “roaring” back and it was tie…for awhile. And then Rory

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I have been motivating and educating people on exercise and fitness for almost twenty years. I enjoy teaching people the truth concerning how their body works—either for or against them—depending on how they exercise. I believe it’s best to first exercise your mind before you exercise your body. Comedian Emo Phillips once said, “I used to think that the brain was the most wonderful organ in my body. Then I realized who was telling me

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Last week we talked about how your Goal determines the types of people you would want on your team. Your players will look much different if your goal is to build a mountainside resort than if your goal is to block the development of that mountainside. Now that you have your goal, you must break it down into tasks and get people to fill those slots. Your team might need an engineer, an accountant, a

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I attended a 9/11 rememberence program yesterday and as a firefighter it was moving to know that many of those in our communities still care. I would like to say from all of us who serve THANK YOU!!!!

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