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How To Break Through Your Limiting Beliefs

How do you break through a limiting belief about yourself?  Reflecting on this question, reminded me of a story I read in John Maxwell’s book, The Five Levels of Leadership. Maxwell writes about of a young lawyer named Herb, who
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The Inside Secret To Finding Fulfillment

You just had ten forklift drivers respond to your State Inspectors ad. Your $$3,000 Google  Adwords campaign only generated a $30 oil change. Your new “A” Technician that started on Monday still hasn’t come back from his
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How To Grow When They Say It’s Slow

“My tool guy says that everybody’s slow!” Said “Katie”, the service manager of a local repair shop.   She was averaging $12,000 per week in sales which was a 16% decrease when compared to the previous year.
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How To Experience Victory In The Valley

There’s a story of a traveler who was on a journey from one village to another. As he was walking, he noticed a monk tilling the ground. He asked the monk the following question: “I’m
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Are You a “Hot” Shop Owner?

During my recent trip to Dallas Texas, I was a HOT coach. I touched down at 10 am and it was already 95 degrees! My first order of business was to get to my room to
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How to Get the Jump on Your Competition

Have you ever wondered what you could do to get the jump on your competition? The answer came to me as I was watching a video presentation that was conducted by motivational speaker Gary Ryan
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How to Think Like a Top Shop Owner

When I was growing up, one of my favorite basketball players was Earvin “Magic”Johnson, who played for the Los Angeles Lakers. He could look in one direction while throwing an accurate pass to a teammate
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The Fastest Way to Fail as a Shop Owner

The story is told of an eight-year-old boy named “Mitch,” who was out of control. He would do the opposite of whatever is mother “Molly” told him to do. When she said, “sit down,” he
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