Category Archives: Musings

You Are What You Eat . . . and Other Lessons for Entrepreneurs

Like Josh Mullineaux, I was bombarded with messages as a kid, cautioning me to think about my actions:  “You are what…

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It's the principle of the thing ….

  “I’m done. I’m done! I’m not giving him anything else. The man practically destroyed my business. He doesn’t deserve…

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In All Things, Give Thanks

Ever run around like a crazy person, only to finally have 5 minutes of down time? That’s me right now. …

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The Lost Majesty of Voting

I don’t know what your experience was like voting in last week’s mid-term elections, but mine was truly dispiriting. Read…

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What Are You Attached To?

About a month ago, I was having coffee with my friend and colleague, Elisa Balabram, founder of WomenandBiz.com, and author…

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Persistence, Not Perfection: A “Lifetime” Inspiration

It’s not often that you’re present at the precise moment something special happens — and that’s what makes those events…

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What I Learned from “The Expendables”

Sylvester Stallone’s latest opus, The Expendables, was released in movie theaters this past weekend, and I have to confess that…

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The Ayn Rand Book that Winked at Me

How do you pack for a trip down memory lane? For Proust, all it took was the smell of some…

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Have you earned the Brass Ring?

“I can’t reach it!” cried little Billy. He hung his head, embarrassed. His father, Jim, was standing outside the carousel,…

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Leave It to the Gods

When striving for a business goal, when is enough . . . enough? Or, as Kenny Rogers would sing, do…

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