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Willpower – Picking Up Where You Left Off

By Shelby Thomas / May 3, 2018 / 0 Comments

“Do the thing and you will have the power”, wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson. Nothing rang truer as I stepped out into the sunlight this morning from the gym for the first time in almost a year. I think we often forget that our willpower is our own. Meaning, we have full control, at all times. At […]

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3 Steps To Loving Your Small Business

By Jim Miley / April 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

      I’ve had a lot of recent conversation with owners about not loving their small business.  Some are in a lukewarm place of apathy while others have gone so far as to describe dislike for going to work. Either is a tough place to be as we spend so much of every day […]

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Why You Might Need to Take a Break from Social Media

By Ashton Harris / March 15, 2018 / 2 Comments

  I love social media, and not just because it’s my job. I get excited about the opportunity it presents to connect with people and rally them around a single purpose. It is an amazing tool for business owners and organizations to grow a community and spread a message. With that being said, I also […]

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New Employee: Expense or Profit Center?

By Sue Miley / December 14, 2017 / 4 Comments

  When I used to work for a pretty big company it was frequent that the owner would come in to the accounting and finance department and somehow fit into the conversation that we were just overhead.  As the Controller, I felt defensive for my team who all worked really hard.  And as an employee […]

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When Doing What’s Right Doesn’t Feel Right To You

By Sue Miley / November 30, 2017 / 0 Comments

    As a Christian in business you’re committed to doing what’s right. Doing what’s right is usually pretty clear if you use the Bible as your guide. But if you use your gut, or your head, and sometimes even your heart, it feels more like “that’s not fair“. One of my clients has a […]

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How Do You Deal With The Mundane?

By Ashton Harris / October 11, 2017 / 2 Comments

  Last week I read a quote on Instagram that was so good I have to share it with you. The quote is: “Excellence requires a strong tolerance for the mundane.”- Pamela Waldrop Shaw We all claim that we strive for excellence but how many of us really do the mundane well? Do the Mundane […]

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3 Key Features You Need on Your Website

By Shelby Thomas / August 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

    Is Your Website Working for You? Many of our blogs discuss helpful suggestions for managing your employees, yourself, and recruiting. But what about the only employee in your office who is objective, highly functioning, proactive, and also nice to look at? Well, if you have not found that person yet, have a look […]

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The Best Way to Respond to Rejection

By Shannon Farris / August 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

I was in 2nd grade at recess playing on the playground with all my friends. For some reason one of my friends convinced me to let her tell the boy I liked that I had a crush on him. So we both walked up to him and she announced it. His response? He laughed in […]

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