Systems for success

By Mike Crandall | May 23, 2023

When you look at others you consider successful, have you noticed the systems they have in place and follow? A frequently overlooked key to success is the power of having a system for things.

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Relational evangelism

By Ernest F. Parrish | May 23, 2023

Jesus modeled four things when He lived on the earth that allowed Him to impact other people’s lives. I call them the Four B’s of Transformation.

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Professionals on the move

By Glen McCall | May 16, 2023

Summer is often seen as a time for relaxation and vacations, but for many individuals, it is also when they begin searching for a new home. The real estate market tends to heat up as the weather gets warmer and the mortgage demand increases. The summer months see an increased need for mortgages for many reasons.

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Boost website traffic with email marketing

By Tim Priebe | May 16, 2023

Email marketing is a powerful tool that can help you drive traffic to your website and increase conversions. However, to succeed with email marketing, you need to have a well-planned strategy. In this article, we’ll discuss how to use email marketing effectively to drive traffic to your website and increase conversions.

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Rethinking leadership assumptions

By Phil Klutts | May 9, 2023

In “Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader,” Herminia Ibarra challenges readers to rethink their assumptions about being a leader. Rather than assuming that leadership is a set of innate traits or skills, Ibarra argues that growth as a leader can be developed over time through practice and experimentation.

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Easy ways to prioritize mental health at work

By Phil Klutts | May 9, 2023

Mental health in the workplace is a critical issue that affects employers and employees alike. As we think about mental health in a business sense, it’s vital to realize that it isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for individuals or businesses. Resources, tactics, timing, and impact are different for each organization. You may be far from recognizing and helping support mental health or unsure what to do next. Don’t worry! Either way, there are easy ways to take one step forward in pursuing better mental health.

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Is changing MSPs as painful as…?

By Davis Merrey | May 2, 2023

My friend was contemplating changing to a different accounting software for his business and asked me if I had any advice. I told him he might want to have a root canal instead!

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The Fed’s snake oil remedies

By Nick Massey | May 2, 2023

It’s been said by some that, with chemotherapy, there is a fine line between killing the cancer and killing the patient. You could probably say the same about the Fed in their efforts to monitor banking institutions. As you probably know from some of my past columns, I’m not a big fan of the Federal Reserve. I haven’t gone on a good ole fashion rant in a while, so here goes.

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AI as a tool for your company

By Stacy Eads | May 2, 2023

As a business coach helping companies strategize their leadership roadmap every 90 days, I’ve been fielding a lot of questions about how new AI tools, like ChatGPT, can help or hurt their organizations in the short-term and long-term future. Here’s a list of AI-based or smart-technology resources you and your team may find helpful.

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21st-century thinking

By Mike Crandall | April 25, 2023

The number of things around us is ever-changing, and they are changing at an increasing rate. Certainly, you have noticed changes in the last couple of years, months, and possibly even the last couple of days. No one can deny the change or the speed it’s happening.

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