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If you missed Law #1, I recommend starting there to get the full context of this series based on the book The Go-Giver: A Little Story About A Powerful Business Idea. The second principle of the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit... 1. Spend less than you earn. (Proverbs 13:11) 2. Avoid the use of debt. (Proverbs 22:7) 3. Build liquidity. (Proverbs 6:6-8) 4. Set long term goals. (Philippians 3:14) 5. Have an eternal... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for f... Earlier this month I blogged about the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success based on the book The Go-Giver:A Little Story About A PowerfulBusiness Idea,, by Bob Burg and John David Mann. This book has... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi... What do you think of when you hear the word discipline?  Let’s face it, discipline is not that popular a word these days?  It conjures up in us a feeling that there will be work involved and it will be painful.  Discipline is not something we ... In work and in life it is not always enough just to get started.  The first day of a diet, exercise plan, or resolve to change anything in one’s life is usually pretty easy.  You wake up, and “this is the first day of the rest of your lif... The new year has a way of making everyone feel like we have new resolve to accomplish anything.  It lays before us like freshly fallen snow.  Our first step in the year can be in any direction we want, it is still all uncharted, undisturbed and unkno... It’s not everyday that Christians, especially those in business or positions of leadership, talk about excellence. Nor is it typical for pastors to preach “excellence” from the pulpit. Perhaps they should because the Bible has much to say on this topic:  “Whatever you do,” says the Apostle Paul, “do it all for the glory of [...] To get to where you want to go in life and career, I always recommend that my clients have a clear plan, which usually begins in the first session of a coaching relationship. One of the exercises I have them do is to paint a picture about how they want their life to unfold in [...] It seems that everywhere we turn these days we hear about “balance”.  Finding life/work balance, personal balancing, balancing work and family, balancing our chi, and so on.  Balance can be elusive.  Lately, I have been thinking a lot ab... While listening to one of my news shows this morning (yes, I am a news junky) I heard one commentator say that a politician has to do two things to be successful.  They have to first get people to like them, and then they have to get those same people... Coaches are always looking for clues that will unlock a problem or problems that the client has on the way to success.  Whether we are looking at business or personal success, the process is often the same when it comes to uncovering the barriers that... Recently I was reading a newsletter and the auther was discussing what causes people to miss the mark on their goals, especially when it comes to financial goals.  He stated that it is often easy to set a goal of financial freedom in two years, and ju... I admire folks who have the uncanny ability to “do it all”.  They tirelessly work several several businesses and manage getting kids to school, do some volunteer work, get to a couple networking groups, all while seeming completely in cont...