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Take Back Your LIFE: From Burnout to True Balance

Do you feel like, with all life’s obligations, demands, and responsibilities, that you’ve lost your SELF? Have the needs of others taken over your life – leaving nothing left over for your own joy and purpose? Melissa Heisler, our guest on this week’s On Purpose radio show, say’s that “It does not have to be […]

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50 Dates in 50 States: One Woman’s Journey to Positive Change

Are you looking for a new path? For new and lasting love? Or a whole new chapter – with work & life that express who you really are NOW? Then join us Thursday, September 12th at Noon Central, for an inspiring interview with Melanie Brocklehurst, coach and the author of, 50 Dates in 50 States: One Woman’s […]

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Use Your Words: Claiming Your Unique Voice

Are you listening for the value and unique contribution you have to offer?  Do you wonder if your talents, gifts and skills are unique enough (or, on the flip side, too specialized) to be successful in the marketplace? Join our conversation next week with Kate Hopper, author of Use Your Words: A Writers Guide for […]

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10 Smart Tips to Help You Land Your Next Interview

From the moment you send out your resume until you land the job and start work, you are still involved in the interviewing process. I’ve seen people lose a potential job after they’ve been hired all the way up to the day they start work. One wrong move and the employer can change his mind. […]

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In Your Element: Showing up as Your Essential Self

Are you in a process of rediscovering your essential self?   Do you want to show up and shine more fully in every area of your life?   Barbara Carroll, our guest this week on the On Purpose show, supports self discovery and authentic self expression in an intriguing way – her image consulting business […]

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Enterprise software is not supposed to be beautiful ???

  Enterprise software is not supposed to be beautiful ??? Beautiful enterprise software?   A paradox.   Enterprise software is not supposed to be beautiful – bits and bytes are not beautiful, sexy or pleasing. Need it be?  After all, technology, in order to do anything useful for us, should effect an action or change in our […]

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Perspective on Purpose #1: A Map (Special Episode)

Feel lost and in-limbo with lifework direction? Uncertain how to move forward to discover renewed purpose & passion for a next chapter? When you feel off-track and in uncertain territory, sometimes the most helpful first step is to get a new perspective – a new map. Knowing where you are, understanding the territory, and seeing […]

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Being Proactive

     Being Proactive     Giving personnel access to decision-making tools, contextual data and strategic planning resources also builds the company culture that supports being proactive-rather than reactive. Personnel learn to make decisions independently, thoroughly researching cause-and-effect data and making fact-based decisions. Employees learn that slow response is no longer acceptable. Teams understand that […]

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Survival of the Fastest

           SURVIVAL OF THE FASTEST       Infor says speed is a competitive weapon.       Why? We believe that speed—not just scale—is the new basis for competition. It’s no longer about how big a company is; it’s about how fast you can execute. You may never be able to out-scale a competitor, but you […]

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Dr. Pietro Savo Blog

“Communications equals (=) relationships” We are all in sales…

“We find ourselves engaged in the possible when; the possible represents the streamline approaches to encouraging others to achieve their highest potential.” Business monetization activity is relationship based. Winning new business or sustaining existing business is directly related to urgency. Understanding the urgency in the eyes of your customer can yield you greater business opportunities. […]

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It really comes down to term limits!

Our founding fathers recognized the importance of having citizen politicians. Citizen politicians defined over 237 years ago as people who participate in the political process, and these people come from all walks of life, such as farmers, businesses, law practices, inn keepers, chimney sweepers and schoolteachers. These citizen politicians participated in the people’s government result […]

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