Monthly Archives: November 2014

You can get it fast, cheap or good

Perhaps you’ve seen this diagram before.  You can have it good and cheap but it won’t be fast; you can have it cheap and fast but it won’t be good; or you can have it good and fast but it … Continue reading

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The market will never pay your prices

There is a liquor store down the street from our house where Chris has stopped several times to inquire if they carry this high-end version of Grand Marnier that he loves to share with friends and clients.  The bottle is … Continue reading

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How being a bargain-hunter hurts you

When Chris and I were told several years ago to raise our fees from $2400 for six months of coaching to $15,000, one thought came up immediately! “Our clients will never pay that!” And when we voiced that to our … Continue reading

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You can be spiritual or you can be rich

I’d like to share a very personal story with you… When my nephew moved to Texas a few years back, taking his kids with him, I was heartbroken.  I had spent a lot of time with my four great niece … Continue reading

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Are you happiest on Monday or Friday?

“Want to know the biggest difference between employed and self-employed people? Entrepreneurs are happiest on Mondays. Employees are happiest on Fridays.” Most of us were raised with the admonition, “Do well in school and go to college so you can … Continue reading

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