I’ll save you AT LEAST $2,000 per year per employee… …and this is NOT a commercial! (Just the facts!) OK- what gives me the brass clanging ones to make a claim like that? It’s not that complicated. First… The average American worker is wasting 2.09 hours per day What is it worth to you if  read more »
Guest Post by author Eliza Gordon
When you sit down to read Must Love Otters, I’ll bet you aren’t expecting to learn something along the
way. I’m not a writer who seeks to hide secret messages in the material. Readers are smarter than that. The savvy writer works to infuse meaning and subtlety in their words without smacking folks over the head with an unspoken agenda.
But a book isn’t a success unless the reader, who grants the writer the privilege of time, walks away with something. And with this... read more »
Do you have children who never seem to get along with each other? Who seem to have mastered the art of war, uhm, getting on each other’s nerves? If there’s one parenting issue that transcends time, it has got to be sibling rivalry. All families with multiple children deal with it in varying degrees. My 
The post Off the Bookshelf: Soupy Saturdays with The Pain and The Great One appeared first on The Tottering Mama. read more »
This meme is viral all over social media: “Hire character Train skills.” This is especially true in a small business where youll be working shoulder to shoulder with the people you hire. Skills are important, but there’s a deep truth in this statement. Good people can learn to do just about anything- and they’re  read more »
An oft quoted Gallup report shows that 70% of the American workforce is disengaged. That’s a very expensive problem. No business can afford that level of waste- and small businesses are especially vulnerable. Who’s to blame? You are. Seriously! If you’re an employee, it’s time to get yourself engaged in your job. Your performance today  read more »
In the Art of War, Sun Tzu says: “Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.” This means planning, preparation and training- before you set off to battle. The two biggest mistakes I see small entrepreneurs make are: Starting without a plan  read more »
Last week I decided to watch an old Dvd that I kept. It was A Walk To Remember starring Mandy Moore and Shane West and I know this was based on the novel of Nicholas Sparks. Ive watched this over a decade ago and although I find the story cute, I didnt shed a tear.  read more »
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All this week Im sharing excerpts from one of my favorite booksTHINK Like a BLACK BELT! (Click here to find out WHY its one of my favoritesthe answer might surprise you!) I say this a lot: Simple. Not easy! What the hell does THAT mean? From THINK Like a BLACK BELT A Black Belt is  read more »
(Disclaimer #1: This review/interview, much like the book itself, is not meant for people under the age of 18.)SYNOPSISHank and Larry are performance artists in San Francisco's underground performance art scene. But when the mind-numbing grind of their corporate jobs drives them over the edge, they plot the ultimate revenge: to kidnap their company's billionaire CEO and brainwash him into becoming a manic performance artist.~~~oOo~~~BOOK LINKS
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