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Common sense is too often proven to be uncommon. Keep it alive with a pragmatic view to situations.

It is one of the hardest parts of leadership. Having to make tough decisions that affect people's lives.

It is one of the hardest parts of leadership. Having to make tough decisions that affect people's lives.

Goals quote from Jim Rohn.  From a blog entry about setting goals for the upcoming year.

Goals quote from Jim Rohn. From a blog entry about setting goals for the upcoming year.

A Good Strategy is Important, Good Execution is Critical! (April 22, 2014): If you are a business owner you know the importance of having a good strategy. - See more at: http://www.eagleonline.com/a-good-strategy-is-important-good-execution-is-critical/#sthash.bWM5mbEL.dpuf

A Good Strategy is Important, Good Execution is Critical! (April 22, 2014): If you are a business owner you know the importance of having a good strategy. - See more at: http://www.eagleonline.com/a-good-strategy-is-important-good-execution-is-critical/#sthash.bWM5mbEL.dpuf

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Client Meetings Are NOT Social Events (Oct. 22, 2014): Salespeople use goals and agendas to ensure their meetings are productive. it is very easy to spend time on social topics and achieve little in a meeting.

Client Meetings Are NOT Social Events (Oct. 22, 2014): Salespeople use goals and agendas to ensure their meetings are productive. it is very easy to spend time on social topics and achieve little in a meeting.

Use Your “Out Loud Words”! (Nov. 17, 2014): Too often people do not voice their opinions, afraid to offend. It is only through differing opinion that things improve.

Use Your “Out Loud Words”! (Nov. 17, 2014): Too often people do not voice their opinions, afraid to offend. It is only through differing opinion that things improve.

How Salespeople Eat An Elephant (Oct. 1, 2014): How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time! Big challenges are made manageable by breaking them down into "bite-sized" pieces! http://www.eagleonline.com/how-salespeople-eat-an-elephant/

How Salespeople Eat An Elephant (Oct. 1, 2014): How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time! Big challenges are made manageable by breaking them down into "bite-sized" pieces! http://www.eagleonline.com/how-salespeople-eat-an-elephant/

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