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Anticipate Tomorrow’s Challenges


Leaders have to be prepared to anticipate the challenges of the future, but too many leaders are stuck worrying about the problems they’ve faced in the past. It’s a common problem for many businesses, and as a result they are swept away when the world... Read More

Want to Sell Your Home? Start by Improving Curb Appeal

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How important is curb appeal when you are trying to sell your home? Studies reveal that a majority of home buyers will make a decision whether or not to purchase a home – or even look inside it, solely based upon its curb appeal. It can be difficult to look... Read More

What We Can Learn from the World’s #1 Golfer


Earlier this week I read an article about Jordan Spieth that really resonated with me. It was a perfect example of what I think it takes to succeed in our world today. Jordan Spieth just completed one of the most remarkable seasons in the history of... Read More

Are You Going the Wrong Way?


If you’re going to win, you have to be able to identify when it’s time to change directions. No matter how hard you’re working and how fast you’re going, if you’re going the wrong way then you’ll never reach your destination. Jim Marshall was a... Read More

ID Thieves Use Variety of Tactics to Steal From Us


From – – by Mark Pribish Thieves use a variety of ways to get in and steal property. They might be dressed in fake company service uniforms to avoid attention or break in during the day when you are at work. Different security... Read More

Let’s Talk About Failure


Too many people are afraid of the F-word: failure. In our society, where “winning” is everything, we do everything we can to avoid failure. We don’t want to talk about it. We certainly don’t want to encourage it! When it happens, we try to move on as... Read More

U.S. Mint Sales “Explode” So Far in the Third Quarter

Michael R. Fuljenz (2)

In July and August alone, the U.S. Mint sold more ounces of American Gold Eagle coins than they sold in the first six months of 2015.  That pace is continuing so far in September.  In early September, the Mint sold 25,500 ounces in Gold Eagles – or more... Read More

The Truth About Wages in Right-to-Work States


from – The Daily Signal – by Natalie Johnson Private sector wages are not reduced in right-to-work states as union advocates have argued, according to a new report released Tuesday by The Heritage Foundation. James Sherk, a research fellow in... Read More

3 Things Most Realtors and Property Managers Don’t Know (that Can Cost Them a Lot of Money)


As a real estate agent or property manager, you have your share of details to keep up with. You need to be aware of the ever-changing regulations in your industry, as well as industry trends. Then, you have to keep track of multiple property listings,... Read More

Memories of My Father


Earlier this week I received a letter that stirred my soul. It was a message from a man I had never met, but he shared the story of how he met my father, Dallas Tarkenton, and how that meeting had affected his life. My father was a Methodist minister, and in... Read More

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