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A Good Reason to Tap Your Roth IRA Early

We’ve all been taught about retirement planning and saving and most of us have been given the mantra “Don’t touch your retirement savings until retirement!” While in most cases this is good and sound advice because the penalties for early withdrawal can be severe, there are cases in which you may want to re-think that approach. Continue reading

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Busy vs. Effective

“It’s easy to be busy.  It’s a lot harder to be effective.” Jim McCann, Founder of 1-800-FLOWERS

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Mr. Dingo: Don’t Eat My Baby

There are times when government truly does things that protect the interests of it’s people.  Then there are times where the government puts the Dingo in charge of the Daycare (too foreign a reference for you?  Ok, they’re leaving foxes in the hen house.  Better?  Good!).  It’s in comedy form but don’t be mistaken, the … Continue reading

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Outsource Your Small Business

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There is a reason why they call it “Minimum” Wage

Take the time, effort and money that people are proposing go into raising the minimum wage, and put that into job training for those who want to advance their career or change careers to make a better wage and improve their quality of life. There will be people who take advantage of that and there will be people who won’t. Continue reading

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Master Change

Resolve to be a master of change rather than a victim of change.

– Brian Tracy Continue reading

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Paula Deen Shows Us Country Fried Steak

This piece comes to us by way of Key Performance Investigators.  Their blog is dedicated to showing how analyzing a process can lead to better results.  In this case, we review the process of cooking and how taking a deeper look at the process can yield better results. In this video we will review a … Continue reading

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Chicken Sitr-Fry with Pat & Gina Neely

This piece comes to us by way of Key Performance Investigators.  Their blog is dedicated to showing how analyzing a process can lead to better results.  In this case, we review the process of cooking and how taking a deeper look at the process can yield better results. In this video we will review a … Continue reading

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Principles of Coaching; Principles of Life

“Concern for man and his fate must be the chief interests of all technical endeavors. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations.” – Albert Einstein by way of Jim Tressel’s Principles of Coaching class at University of Akron Jim Tressel stood in front of a room filled with close to 100 … Continue reading

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Crew Member – Bridget Duffy: Quality Service is Nothing without Quality Experience

After breaking her leg, Bridget Duffy got a close look at the patient experience – by being a patient herself. At the first Gel Health conference, Bridget discusses what she learned – and what has inspired her, throughout her career, to advocate for improved patient experience.  Dr. Duffy created one of the nation’s first hospitalist … Continue reading

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