Build Your Best Organization – by Dr. Terri Griffith

Terri Griffith

Whether you’re an employee, a freelancer, or something in-between, you should proactively build your best organization — no one else is going to do it for you. If you’re an employee, your employer may have assigned others to work with you, but don’t take this group as given. If you’re a freelancer, you need to […]

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A Story of Remarkable Character

Robert Terson

One of my favorite movies is the 1981 Oscar-winning Chariots of Fire. It tells the story of two great English Olympic runners who competed in the 1924 Paris Olympic Games—Harold Abrahams, portrayed by Ben Cross, and Eric Liddell, portrayed by the late Ian Charleson. The line, “Bring me my chariot of fire,” from the William […]

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“Miss The Start, Miss The End” – by Tibor Shanto

Tibor Shanto

Rightly or wrongly, sales people, teams, and companies choose to participate in the “quarter end hustle”. A dance centered around driving opportunities to close earlier than they should, mixed with a counter beat of excuses, and accented by attempts to make the quarter in the last week or so, even though there was little attention […]

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The Terrible Agony of Change

Robert Terson

Most of us would rather go through a root canal than undergo a major change, even if it’s obviously in our best interest. You know what I’m talking about. Stepping out of your comfort zone—where, by the way, all the goodies are—is…well, just so damn uncomfortable. It’s so much easier to stay where you are, […]

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The Grass Cutting Days – by Patrick A. Lyons

Robert Terson

The pastor called me to come forward. I walked to the pulpit confident and proud. I looked out at my family. Some wore somber expressions. Others had faces still damp with tears. Then I gazed down at the shiny black coffin crowned with yellow flowers. My father, Charlie Lyons, was gone. It was my turn […]

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