The gray area exists for a reason; everybody thinks they’re in the right, even if they’re not. The only real question is – how much does your community value your input?
There are days as an entrepreneur when you actually loathe the thought of touching a computer. Or picking up a pen and writing an idea down. Or even putting on pants.
Trust me, while I’d have no reservations about chilling in a park all day, working on my laptop – a lot of folks don’t have that kind of time or luxury. Meanwhile, we wish we could do something to help, but we don’t know what – and then we get on with our day while you’re getting zip-cuffed in the park.
There are dark days when the cashflow stops and those bills are looming and the way out isn’t clear. Those are the days when you feel like you’re in it alone. You’re not. The only way out is through.
Make a note that when you see The 2% Grudge emerge, you should kindly ask your fellow business owner to pull their head out of their ass. (Unless you, you know, want them to fail).
I’m going to start asking myself, does this make me feel like a WHORE?
What are the last three insults you heard? I bet at least one ended with -bag. Something was so awful, it required an entire container to hold the suck in.
The weekend was probably shorter than you would have liked. Last week may have been a heinous bitch. Monday is your chance to set things straight. No more beating yourself up over the choices you made last week. Time to ignore the leftover ghosts still haunting you. Monday is your time to shine. Buck up. […]
Leaders who think it’s all about them have lost their way. Building a community requires a lot more than a charismatic leader. It’s one part leader, one part content or cause, and a bagillion parts the community itself. That’s the challenge we have as leaders – actually doing what we’re supposed to do. Our job […]
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