Making the most out of today

Making the most out of today By Jeff Earlywine   It has been said that yesterday is a canceled check and tomorrow is yet to come, but today is the bridge between the two. If you look at it that way, today is all we have to get from yesterday

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Getting Better Today

Getting Better Today By Jeff Earlywine   I woke up early this morning and three things were flowing through my mind. One, I had a couple songs playing. Two, I was excited to jump back into a book that I have been reading (I know some of you must think

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Eleven Cornerstone Principles For Success

  The legendary Joe Gibbs, Superbowl winning football coach and successful NASCAR race team owner, once wrote a book called Racing To Win. And in that that book he had a chapter entitled: Eleven Cornerstone Principles For Success. I encourage you to pick up the book, it will help you win

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Sometimes it’s more important to savor the moment

  There’s a walking trail in Markham that winds its way leisurely around a pond, through fields, wooded area, along a river and eventually emerges in the quaint village of Unionville, Ontario. People negotiate its many twists and turns either on foot or on bicycle as they get their daily

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How To Train Your New Employee

By Jeff Earlywine   It is usually an exciting time when you hire a new employee. It usually means the business is growing and needs more staff to keep things on track or an employee has quit/been fired that just didn’t fit in the organization. However, I have seen this

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The Focus Of A Champion

Many would agree that in the world of professional basketball Michael Jordan is the greatest player to have ever played the game. What amazes me is his magnificent talent. Not many people could retire from the NBA, begin playing baseball, come back to professional basketball and still be at the

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Don’t Shy Away From Critical Conversations Anymore

By Jeff Earlywine   Have you ever felt deep down in your gut that you need to have a conversation with an employee, co-worker or even your spouse and you don’t know the words to say to keep it from going bad? You know what bad means – hurt feelings,

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How To Find And Hire The Right Employee II

By Jeff Earlywine   In the last article I went through the first three steps in finding the right employee. In case you missed it you can always read it by clicking HERE. The three steps were:   Step #1: Write a job ad and job description. Step #2: Consider

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How To Find And Hire The Right Employee

By Jeff Earlywine   In my thirty plus years of working with companies and employees I have found a few things to be 100% constant. One of them is hiring the right employee is as much an art as it is a science. You can buy all the books, read

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