Month: August 2012

Top 10 Blogs to Follow

I would like to share the top blogs that I follow, and I highly recommend them to you as well. These are in no particular order (other than the first two, of course). Chris LoCurto Michael Hyatt Hard and Simple Things (Mark Seiverkropp) Your Website Engineer (Dustin Hartzler) Seek, Pray, Work! (Lily Kreitinger) Epicenter Languages (Aaron…

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Training Yourself Out of Your Job

No matter what your position is, you should try to train yourself out of your job. I don’t mean that should make yourself useless. Train someone else to do your job so you can move on as well. At my current job, I am helping to train a couple of people. One of those people…

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Self Design vs. Professional Design

Have a website or thinking about getting one? How do you make the decision of whether to hire someone to do the work for you or jumping in and doing it yourself? Well, there are several things to consider. 1. You don’t want to do it First of all, there are some people that would…

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It’s About…

What is most important for you? Is it money? Is it fame? Is it accumulating things? Sadly, for many people, these are things that place at the top of their list. They may say that they are trying to “make a better life,” but their “life” is comprise of material and/or temporal things. My company…

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Learning the “Why” to Do the “What”

I’ve been busy helping to train some people. One person is new and having to learn everything. Another person is just learning a new position. I have noticed that not everyone worries about why something needs to be done, or what the process is to arrive at a conclusion. Some just want the end result…

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Importance of Core Values

Everyone has their own idea of who they are and what they stand for. In their mind, they are the ultimate example of perfection. Always making the right decision. Never being offensive or rude. They are flawless. But who you really are is revealed when you go through difficult times. Difficulty brings out whatever is…

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