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  • Calculating the Reward of Risk

     I am not sure where I got my addiction for projects, businesses, and personal growth. I started my first business when I was around 12 years old when I convinced a gentleman with a very large estate in Windham to let me mow his lawn and also install his fresh sod. I would ride my bicycle from Varney Mill Estates […]
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  • 4 Ways To Be an Awesome Intern

    Roughly 11 years ago I was charting out my career path at the University of Southern Maine, and came across a snag in my plan – I needed to land an internship. It was a requirement of the class I was taking and I had no idea where to turn. I was not focused enough on what I wanted to […]
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  • 3 Marketing Lessons I have Learned from Listening to Elvis

    Elvis was one of my favorite artists to listen to when I was a child. My oldest brother Don introduced me to Elvis at a very young age. I believe it was “Teddy Bear” that won me over, then “All Shook Up” and then “Return to Sender.” By the age of 10 I had read, listened to, and memorized as […]
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  • Weakness into Strength

     I realized a long time ago that there were many things I will never be good at. I also realized long ago that some of the things I was not good at I could learn to be better at if I was willing to put in some time and effort. I thought I would list a few of those things […]
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  • 5 Ways to Increase Special

    One day I hope to be known as the guy who taught companies, entrepreneurs, and like-minded people – about Special. I learned the value of special as a child thanks to various creative things my mother would do to make me realize how special I was to her. I learned more about special when I began my battle with cancer. I continue […]
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  • Life Lessons from a Chihuahua

    One of my greatest friends was originally from Mexico, had short blonde hair, and loved to tongue kiss. Her name was Gizmo and she was a Jimmy Dean type sausage-shaped chihuahua and she would roll onto her white fur covered side whenever you went to show her affection. Not only did she love to lick, she loved and I believe lived to take care […]
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  • Four Things to Never Catch Yourself Saying

    1. I don’t want to talk about what I am knowledgeable about because there are so many other people with a lot more knowledge. This statement can feel so true! I feel this way a lot, and battle it almost daily. There are so many business consultants that know a whole lot more than me and it is so easy […]
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  • 3 Great Spots for Blog Idea’s

    I struggle with being consistent with my blog, I guess to say it better – I struggle with allocating time for my blog. Below are three area’s I sometimes go to when I think I have nothing to write about. 1. My Inbox: Fairly often I am emailed by a client with one of the same ten questions. When these […]
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  • 10 ways to use Facebook Scheduled Posts

    Earlier this week I promised I would provide you a list of 10 ways to use Facebook Scheduled Posts. Below you will find my idea’s and suggestions! Comment below and let me know what I left out.   You know those monthly promo’s your business does that you forget to promote on Facebook till 8 hours before….yeah, don’t worry about […]
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  • What should I post to social networks?

    Last week I met with a potential new client and the prospect’s very first question was “I just don’t know what I should post to my social networks?” This question/comment is very typical and I thought perhaps some of my reader’s struggle with the same challenge. Below are 3 idea’s to help you generate content for your social networks. 1. What […]
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