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Success Puzzle Piece

Success: 5 Points To Accomplish Your Personal Vision

Success Puzzle Piece

What is success? How is it measured? How do you know when you actually achieve it?

Is success the end of something, like crossing the finish line? Or is it the quality of that ending, as in finishing first? So much emphasis is placed on success in our society that the difference between running the race and running the race well is often confused.

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4 Tips To Improve Church Health & Growth

Our articles typically focus on marketing, management, social media, and fundraising — but at the beginning of this New Year we decided to take a week and talk specifically about church leadership, life, and church growth. If you are a Pastor or a church leader … this post is for you.

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Large Diamond

Ideas Are Like Diamonds — Even the Best Need Some Work to Shine

Large Diamond

A great idea can change a company, an industry, and even history.  Ideas are some of the most precious things that we have.  Every great invention, product, service, movement, and even nation started as one.  Great ideas are the hallmark of great leaders.  Yet so many great ideas are overlooked.  One major reason that an idea doesn’t become reality is that it never gets polished.

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Building a Winning Team

No matter how small or large your organization may be or what industry you are in, you are probably under pressure to find and keep high-performing employees that can move your organization forward.

Regardless of how quickly or cost-effectively employees are brought on board, if they are not the best fit with your organization it could cost you valuable time and resources.   Your employees make up “the face” of your organization — how you are perceived by clients and by peers in the industry.   Finding and hiring quality individuals is very important to your organization, period.

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Three Ways to Retain Your Employees

Did you know that every time an employee leaves your organization it costs you on average $35,000? With all the costs associated with searching for candidates, hiring, training, and maintaining productivity levels, wouldn’t it be easier to just retain the employees you have? Sounds easy, right? It is!

Put the time into the employees you already have by…

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