Important Decisions Require Strategic Considerations

These days we are faced with serious, upcoming decisions and choices.  It will take more than logic and research to determine what choices will be best for most people in the long run.  This involves giving sufficient thought to not only the immediate needs, but how our choices might benefit more including all the factors … Read more

During this COVID Period, What Else is on Your Mind?

Of course, COVID is an important topic, and most of us want to get it resolved, but that takes “everyone’s cooperation”.  In the meantime, what is something that might create positive thoughts and might be something that doesn’t trigger a debate or argument?  It is definitely not politics!  With Thanksgiving arriving next month, perhaps we … Read more

Distractions Reduce or Diminish the Best Results & Outcomes

Whether in business or the public turmoil that exists, people can be easily distracted by other people, events around them, loud music or noises, “breaking news” or announcements that command your attention.  When a group is asked to pull together an effective and beneficial process to attempt to save our world from a health issue, … Read more

CREATIVE, STRATEGIC & SAFE PLANS FOR TODAY’S ACTIVITIES

     Outside Shopping with Masks                Clean with Disinfectant                                   Keep Social Distancing With our lives taking many twists and turns over the past 10+ months, and looking for ways to accomplish activities … Read more

Which is More Valuable: To Be Rich or Successful? Being Successful Delivers its Own Wealth

What do most people believe is an important goal: to be rich or successful?  Rich is a relative term, that can be interpreted differently.  When my older son was about 9 or 10 years old, he came and asked me if we were rich.  He had noticed that our family had two homes (one was … Read more

Recognizing Positive Elements Emerging Out of the Pandemic

Many of our nation’s citizens have made negative comments about the “young adults” in our communities, noting that they are short-sighted, impatient, expecting immediate gratification, praises and rewards for doing simply the minimum, and then only after much taunting.  Some call them “lazy”, doing the least amount of work as possible.  Though there may be … Read more

If Wanting to See COVID Come to an End, What Can We Do?

          The Need to Wear Face Masks                    Make-Shift COVID Centers           Crowded Beaches Spreads COVID Since the Corona virus was acknowledged and quarantining began, thousands of people have contracted the virus and died.  The country has been requested to … Read more

Business Remaining Slow? So Now What?

Dealing with a pandemic is so stressful.  Has it caused your business to close?  Do you have any money coming into your business?  Have any of your employees been working or been furloughed? Has your business received a loan?  So many issues to consider.  Unfortunately, the longer this situation continues, the more debt and challenges … Read more

Steps to Improve Workforce Culture & Environment

All people are different due to personalities, variable family environments, social attitudes, financial situations, education, cultural and religious influences, etc.  These factors and others affect people in many ways, which makes it easy to see why we have such a wide range of relationships with each other.  And yet many organizations have been very fortunate … Read more

Addressing Your Serious Concerns During the Pandemic

  Many have expressed the various issues we all are experiencing through this stressful period, with most concerns focused on finances, employment, our country and local economy, the volatile situation with our police, etc.  Of course, there is also the big issue for our health and concern for being infected with COVID-19.  With North Carolina … Read more