Tag Archives: success

Be Obsessed or Be Average

I’ve read a bunch of business books over the past six months. All were good and there is value in each. Out of the 5 books I’ve recently read, I found Grant Cardone’s Be Obsessed or Be Average delightfully different. Be Obsessed or Be Average The first thing I noticed about this book is the author’s unapologetic focus… Read More »

Your Next BIG Goal

I tend to be extremely goal-oriented, so I can work toward the same goal for years — inching ahead in a persistent and steady way that infuriates instant-gratification type folks. I am happy plugging away at my personal goals, but when working through others we need mechanisms to keep everyone engaged long-term. So, in my new role I asked myself:
How can we set and meet a multi-year goal, while also minimizing the frustration of people who want faster results?

FREE Fascination Report

About a year ago, our leadership team at work took a very easy online assessment by Sally Hogshead called the Fascination Advantage. With just 28 questions, the assessments categorized our team into a Maverick (head of sales), a Guardian (head of finance),  and a Mastermind (head of IT – me), along with several other, equally fitting assessments. We were surprised… Read More »

Create Custom Labels and Print From Any Mobile Device

So, you want to print custom labels from an iPad (or Android tablet, phone, whatever)? We recently finished this exact project. Here’s how we did it… First, a little background: our custom labels are price labels we print for our customers. The labels must contain the following: The retail price (not the price we charge… Read More »