Check out our most recent podcast with guest, Carly Tizzano of Masterpeace Organizing!
“My middle name is Joseph.”
Well, actually it’s not. My middle name is José; named after my maternal grandfather…
Last week’s Shrimp Tank Podcast guest was Carly Tizzano. Carly helps people de-clutter and organize their homes and offices. With Saturday being a perpetual rainy day, I felt inspired by Carly’s lessons on getting organized.
We all lack confidence at times. Even the most self-assured people I know have confessed that there are moments in time when doubt about skills, ability, and worth creep in. In those moments, the most successful in business and life kick into a different habit.
In honor of a day I completely didn’t know about until now. That is embarrassing; and I mean to make that change right now. Please check out this new post and feel free to join in the conversation…
I took off for my regular Saturday morning run about 6:45 am. It was a grey but bright, June morning; cool and perfect running weather. As I was about halfway through my run (at the farthest point away from home with a huge hill in between), it started sprinkling. No big deal; it wasn’t cold and I am always prepared for a little rain…
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To pivot in business – especially in the COVID-19 era – is to make a quick adjustment to a situation and then move quickly in that direction. In basketball terms, I used to coach the pivot as a misdirection move to get the defense “learning” one way to attack a different area. On both cases, the subsequent movement is as important – if not more – than the actual pivot.