How the Law of 3 Will Create More Margin in Your Life and Work

Recently, a colleague was meeting me out at my house so we could drive out for an appointment. I had more morning planned meticulously so I’d be ready to get in the car right at 8:30am – the time he was slated to show up. So at 8:18 when my colleague showed up, I was… Continue reading How the Law of 3 Will Create More Margin in Your Life and Work

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How to Get out of Debt

Not financial debt. Decision debt. I first heard this term listening to the Life Coach School podcast with Brooke Castillo (which I heard about listening to Michael Hyatt). I love the term because it encapsulates in two simple words the main source of much of the stress in my life, historically: Putting off decisions in… Continue reading How to Get out of Debt

Problems Seldom Get Sweeter with Time

One hard-fought lesson I’ve been learning is that problems do not improve with time, especially if that time involves lack of communication. How many times have we had one-sided conversations with someone, while we’re talking to someone else or rolling over things in our heads? In other words, we have a problem or situation that… Continue reading Problems Seldom Get Sweeter with Time

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How to Capture Greater Mindshare with Those You Love

There’s a sales blog I read regularly, creatively called ‘The Sales Blog’, published by the incomparable and prolific Anthony Iannarino. Iannarino talks a lot about capturing mindshare with your customers. When your customers think about the problems that your product solves, they think of you. It’s a great sales strategy. Mindshare is another way of… Continue reading How to Capture Greater Mindshare with Those You Love

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A Good Decision-Clarifying Question

I’ve written before about having a decision-making filter. Decisions are often made in the heat of the moment or avoided and put off down the line because we get overwhelmed or are afraid of the consequences of what we decide. Having a filter for decisions – a decision making ethic, if you will – helps… Continue reading A Good Decision-Clarifying Question