Millionaire Formulas for Your Business

I promised I’d share a few more lessons from my mastermind weekends in Dallas and San Diego. Today’s quick tips come from Mike Crow (pictured in the blue shirt above). He’s built two multi-million dollar home inspector businesses and now he teaches others how to do the same. I like Mike because he thinks in…

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Time Blocking what’s important

Why are we our own worst enemy? I’ve mentioned before that I work harder on myself than anything else. This past Sunday I decided I was going to recommit to my perfect morning ritual every day. It’s a relatively-simple plan that includes personal study, a little exercise, and 15 minutes of business reading before my…

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Are you headed for burnout?

Last week I shared a blog post about depression and stress. THANK YOU to those of you who replied with personal stories and gratitude. I’m humbled so many of you found that article helpful. If you are in overwhelm or fight depression as a business owner, you’re not alone. As small business owners, a lot…

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Ever fought depression?

This is an unusual blog post for me but with Robin William’s death, it just feels timely to address. To be clear, I’m not qualified or equipped to diagnose or treat any medical condition. I urge you to seek professional help if you think you might be suffering from depression or have any mental wellness…

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How to Introduce Connections on LinkedIn

Ever have one of those moments when you realize one of your contacts should meet another one of your contacts? Great networkers look for those moments all the time. You can introduce contacts by email, but LinkedIn is a terrific alternative because the introduction automatically includes photos and profile information! That can save both parties time making sure the…

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