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One Question: One Answer

The One Question: One Answer series will help answer your questions, and connect you with highly qualified, trustworthy individuals.
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Driven vs Drawn To

Driven Leader vs. Drawn To Leader

In our Wednesday mastermind group this week, we had a long and rich conversation about the difference between being a driven leader vs. drawn-to leader. Let me start by defining each. A Driven Leader A person who pushes and pulls their way forward in order to meet and exceed goals. A Drawn-to Leader A person…
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Maximizing Applications for your Job Listing

Maximize Applications for Your Job Listings

It seems like the whole world is looking to fill positions right now. It feels tough and a bit desperate. I want you to resist that feeling and know that you can still get solid applicants for your open positions. Let’s take a look at how you can maximize applications for your job listings. Like…
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Business Owner Retreat

The Power of In-Person, Together, and Away! Being a business owner is a bit like being a solo goldfish living alone in a bowl. Everyone can see you and get some sense of how well you are doing, but you are alone – doing your best to keep your bowl clean, your food digested properly,…
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Sticky Community

Creating a Sticky Community

It’s well known that when you can sell a product that is used for more than one purpose, the value of that product goes up. In the marketing world, it’s called the “stickiness” of the product. Dan & Chip Heath’s book “Made to Stick” is all about this concept. As a coach and connector, I’m…
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Gratitude Day

Gratitude Day

It’s been proven, time and time again, that when a person takes time to be grateful, their mental health improves. In fact, a whole industry has been created around the practices of gratitude. How I Do It Last month, I took a whole day to reflect on my year and be intentionally grateful for the…
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The Power of a Legacy Letter

Blake Brewer teaches parents to write a Legacy letter to their children. It seems like such a simple concept – capture the values that matter to you and share them with your children. However, doing so stops most people in their tracks.  When Blake sought out a way to build a business that makes a…
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Limiting Beliefs Suck the Potential Right Out of Us

We all have limiting beliefs that stop us from even trying at certain things. Sometimes they come from things we’ve been told all of our lives, and we have never actually found out if it’s true. Other times, we get lazy and tired and stop trying. Here are a few of the limiting beliefs I…
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Pete Koch Joins Business Builders Camp as Official Strength Coach

As you prioritize your business and everything involved in building it successfully, it is easy for your health and fitness to be put on the backburner.  It’s a common problem amongst so many business owners. One area of our life is spot-on-perfect while others struggle. The pendulum swings one way then back to the other.…
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Gathering With Intention – Does Your Meeting Have Purpose?

We often fear and resist change. Then we do it and it becomes the norm. And the cycle starts all over. We have lived this experience during this last year. When the world shifted in March, 2020, we were forced to respond with new ways of working and being. It was tough.  One of the…
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Rebalancing Work & Life

When it comes to your business, you want to be successful. You want to work hard to provide for yourself and your family, but not at the expense of your personal life and happiness. Rarely is a successful business created at the snap of a finger or without any sacrifices, but where is the line…
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After 23 Years, Bob Green is Still Driving Growth

Businesses: Pioneer Pole, Alpine Building Supplies, Pioneer Metal Roofing When Bob Green set out to start his business, 23 years ago, it wasn’t because of his incredible construction skills or a lifelong dream to be in this industry. It was because of a series of events that led him to an opportunity. Of course, hard…
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