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Stop Short

Partly because we love our work, and partly because we think we are that damned important, we routinely persevere beyond our limits with a plan to catch up during the weekend, while on vacation, on retirement, or even after death.  Yet we also know that borrowing from tomorrow’s capacity isn’t ultimately sustainable. 

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Shooting Fish in a Barrel

An otherwise not-so-demonstrative client hugged me today after reporting yet another month with nearly 30% more income than last year. Combined with reduced overhead from a complete business model overhaul, he’s having his best year in a long while. So, what’s up with the Dodie hugger?  Continue Reading →