I recently had to face what I thought would be an uncomfortable personal conversation. I fussed all morning, then went to visit the person involved.
A friend and reader, Malinda Meck of The Outhouse LLC and Jacob S. Meck Construction, sent us this article, “God Needs Entrepreneurs”.
I returned from a business trip this morning to find a note on my desk. The doctor's office called – it's been 5 years since my last colonoscopy, time for another one.
Are you getting the most out of your day? Are you taking advantage of your time here, to do your best, both for yourself and your family?
On a personal note, I received an email Tuesday morning from the wife of my high school coach.
Like you, I'm always busy building or fixing something at home. Where I buy supplies has changed over the last year.
A friend reminded me to remind you to get a yearly check-up from your doctor. Actually, a full physical. He’s right; you can't take your health for granted.
I read this morning a quote from Napoleon Hill, "The majority of men meet with failure because (they don't create) new plans to take the place of those that fail."
I was able to get away for a few days to go elk hunting earlier this week.
I’m done, I’m done, I’m done, done, done. Oh joy and fiddlesticks.
Devon calls me a pack rat, which is unfair – I’m just a collector.
In the book Profitable Sales, I talk about a steep bank along the Oregon Coast. I’ve been asked if it really exists – well, gang, I was there again two weeks ago.
I know many contractors have financial problems. In conversations, many of them also admit that the home life isn't so good, either.
Do your work. He would go on to explain the meaning of that phrase and part is if you do something, do it right. Don't cut corners, don't do it good enough, do it right.
I, like many of you, lost a friend with the death of Paul Harvey last Saturday. I remember many times eating lunch and listening to his broadcast with my fellow workers.
We encourage every coaching client to stop using credit cards. Cut them up, throw them away, call the company, cancel the accounts.
During a recent trip to Minnesota, I talked in the airport with a young lady in the Army who will be promoted to Sergeant Major in February.
My hunting buddy and I spent 5 days hunting for deer on a shooting preserve up in Eastern Washington this week, I just got back on Wednesday.
My hunting partner and I traveled to a 7000-acre hunting ranch. We changed out an old furnace and a/c unit in a mobile home and installed a new heat pump system.
The construction industry lost a great man this week – and I lost a good friend.