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4 Lessons On Discretion

We could learn some things from the Old West. The American Cowboy possessed a quality that many modern men are deficient in: discretion. He considered what words he would say, and ensured they actually had meaning. In the Old West, words were few. Men chose what they said carefully. Work was more important than chatter. […]

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How To Be A Cowboy at Work

When we think of a cowboy, we see him on his horse, surrounded by cattle. He manfully surveys the herd in his charge, ready for rustlers or predators. What we fail to notice is the dirt covering him, the dust, the manure stuck to his boots and pants, and the muscle aches and pains from […]

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The Consequence of Debt And The Benefit of Saving

Personal finances are a touchy subject. Everyone makes different amounts, everyone has different needs, and everyone has different goals.  With this in mind, there are two absolute certainties regarding personal finances: 1. Debt has consequences, and 2. Saving has benefits. The Consequence of Debt… Lives have been born into debt and many lives constantly die […]

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5 Characteristics of a Highly Successful Entrepreneur

Iconic figures such as Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Richard Branson, and Steve Jobs readily come to mind when thinking of successful entrepreneurs. These people not only inspire but also intimidate us, as they seem to be bursting with enterprise and have success embedded in their genes from birth. The good news is that […]

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How To Be A Good Guy in a Toxic Work Environment

So, you’re a good guy and you’ve just encountered your first toxic work environment experience, what do you do? I’ve got stories. I’ve seen a lot. But how do you see without being a participant in what could be the demise of your work experience and outlook on the company? How can you be the […]

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