I have the unique opportunity – and joy – of watching my granddaughters every Thursday. We call it “Thursdays with Pops.”
My skills in changing a diaper quickly, correctly preparing and cutting peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and physically pivoting on a dime to chase children running in opposite directions have been both challenged and honed. I’m happily exhausted at the end of each day.
I’ve been remiss in not staying up to date on the blog with past podcast episodes. Let’s fix that!
Check out my interview with family business expert, Dean Robinson.
I remember walking out the door of my house several years ago on a cold winter morning. My garage juts out along the walkway and on this morning, I heard an unusual hissing sound emanating from inside of it.
All too often, I disregard unusual noises as nothing to worry about, but in this case, the noise was too loud for me to overlook.
On Friday, the President of the United States was transported by helicopter to Walter Reed Hospital due to concerns about his health related to his coronavirus diagnosis.
Quick…What happens to your business if you die? Is there a succession plan in place?
A word from our sponsors…check out the seven great guests Dan has had on his new podcast series…
Sport have classifications for players that have injuries. They can be listed from “out” to “doubtful” to “questionable” to play in an upcoming game. For those dealing with smaller, nagging injuries, they are listed as “day-to-day.” It is defined exactly as it sounds; their availability will depend on that next day.
In business – as in life – I believe we are all “day-today.”
I recently took a lesson from my golf coach. I knew I had some mechanical issues in my swing that was causing great inconsistency in my results. I’d gotten to a point that I’d done my own self-examination and uncovered gobs of “problems.” Read on for how I fixed my swing and mindset, and how it can help you in business and life…
My latest podcast episode with guest, Betsy Jordyn on the role of business in social justice.
This is a Labor Day holiday like none other in my lifetime.
You may be saying the same thing…