Family Considerations Before You Freelance

When deciding what ONE Thing you can do for your job or business such that by doing it, everything else would be easier or unnecessary, consider this: national statistics show that many industries are beginning to experience a dramatic shift toward a freelance-driven workforce. The U.S. Government Accountability Office recently
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All Things ONE: A Votre Sante! – A Champagne Toast to a Historic Businesswoman

Image courtesy of Veuve-Clicquot.com In celebration of our new title, The ONE Thing we’re kicking off a brand new series called All Things ONE where we’ll look, time and again, at how some of the most celebrated success stories made their claim to fame by living their ONE Thing. And
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8 Things That Influence Wealth More than Money

Dictionary.com defines wealth as “a great quantity or store of money, valuable possessions, property, or other riches.” What’s important to note here is that money is just one aspect of a person’s wealth, yet amassing large sums of money is something many people strive for in life. While financial security
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Finding your Spiritual Vince Lombardi with Rick Nash

Our mentorship series continues this week with some insightful information from another spiritual leader. Today, we’re sharing advice from our recent sit-down with Rick Nash. A graduate of Harvard University and Dallas Theological Seminary, Rick has been an influential contributor to the spiritual arena for years. In every aspect of his
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How to Build a Business with Hockey Stick Trajectory

Success comes in all shapes and sizes. Sketched out on paper, landmark success often takes the shape of a hockey stick. For a period of time, gradual growth and accomplishments are made. You’ll see an uptick, but it’s a minor one. Then, at some point, everything begins clicking and exponential
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Exercises for Better Brain Health

Our brain. We only have one, so we better be sure we’re taking care of it. After all, we want it to last a long time. When it comes to our bodies, we know that exercising and staying active ensures our body functions at its best, but how do we
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How to Be a Better Boss (or Mentor)

Being a great boss or mentor means investing in the success of others. It means taking an active role in helping employees and mentees find the ONE Thing that’s going to help them reach their biggest goals. The role of boss and/or mentor comes with a fair amount of responsibility.
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The 7 Health Benefits of Walking

Taking your first steps as a baby is momentous. Once we get going, we run around like we came out of the womb walking. But then we start slowing down. The novelty of walking wears off and suddenly sitting down seems like the better option. Sedentary lifestyles and sitting in
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How to Keep Dilbert Out of Your Office

We’ve all had experiences around the office space that mirror the experiences portrayed in a Dilbert comic strip. Created by Scott Adams while working with telecommunications engineers at a national bank, the strip was first published in 1989, and has since become a loveable satire of the daily lives many
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Dave Ramsey Says Slow and Steady Wins

When Dave Ramsey delivered the keynote at our annual convention earlier this year, he shared five ideas from his new book EntreLeadership on running a successful company. Funny enough, the ONE big lesson we focused in on is something we’ve all heard before: “Slow and steady matters.” Dave was reintroduced
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