All posts by: Mark2019

To my friends– One of my friends sent me this quote from Christopher Renstrom that I thought might be of interest to you. “Bravery is not for the squeamish. It doesn’t visit the perches of the privileged, the ruts of...
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To my friends– “Dare to be wise: Begin!”, says the Roman poet Horace. “He who postpones the hour of living rightly is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses.” All of us have...
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To my friends, I don’t know about you, but sometimes I find that taking temporary refuge in the absurd keeps me centered. For example, there have been plenty of unusual things to celebrate this month– September 3rd–National Skyscraper Day. But...
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Ellen Reddick is a consultant, writer, and former senior executive with more than 25 years’ experience in the technology industry. She is the managing partner of Impact Factory Utah, a firm that specializes in strategic consulting, executive coaching, and speaking services to...
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To My Friends, What are you willing to settle for? I was asked this question some years ago by a friend of mine.  I read somewhere that two-thirds of Americans don’t have enough money to handle a $1,000 emergency expense....
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America in the Age of Trump, in the words of columnist Peggy Noonan, “battered but standing, atomized but holding on.” As I think about the political earthquake that we as a nation experienced in 2016, I am continue to be...
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To my friends, Welcome to My Bridge Builder. I work with business owners who want to distribute their goods and services effectively, growing both their businesses and their bottom lines. Has this frustrating situation ever happened to you? You’re presenting...
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To my friends, I met Jason Woodland two years ago when he was an agent with the New York Life Insurance Company and before he founded his own firm, Woodland Advisors. Jason specializes in life insurance and retirement planning for...
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Building better and stronger relationships with your client base is more important than it has ever been before. Not only is it fundamentally wise, it’s essential to grow your business. The truth is, not saying Thank You or remembering a...
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To My Friends, I’ve heard it said that someone with a definite “why” can figure out a “how.” This is a story about the Estonia Piano Company and how it raised itself from relative mediocrity to a level of excellence...
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