People like us, believe…

Small businesses lead to a healthy marketplace.

When there is competition there is innovation. When is the last time you saw an innovation in toilet paper? Well, that’s because toilet paper isn’t small business any more.

If you…

…want to do great work, especially unique work…

…believe in making an impact and being generous…

…want to earn a good living for your family…

…work together to create a better future for everyone…

…then you’re in the right place.

Here are some things you need.

Daily inspiration and perspective.

Scroll down to see my daily blog posts, or click at the link below them to go to the main blog page and scroll through the older ones. The sidebar will also help you navigate the archives, and if you want some of the posts I recommend, check out my best blogs of the month by clicking here.

Deeper ideas to break through the noise.

You deserve to be doing the work of your life. Of course, the world stands in the way. It’s filled with plenty of noise, and so is your head. The work I do is to lead you through all that muck. These require more time invested than a blog post, usually about 15 minutes per article, but the investment is certainly worth it. Click here to start your journey.

Shining examples of what to strive for.

The world is filled with people doing the kind of work you’d like to do. I’m constantly on the lookout for examples because we all need reminders, inspiration and perspective at times. This is a growing and constantly evolving list of people doing work they can be proud of. To see some phenomenal work click here.

The Latest Blog Posts

Default to Truth and Debates

“Default to Truth” is something that was crystallized in my mind by Malcolm Gladwell in his book Talking to Strangers. Something interesting about why debates, especially presidential ones, hold some much anticipation is because of the drama that is present when “Default to Truth” breaks down. If defaulting to think that everyone is telling the … Continue reading Default to Truth and Debates

Habits and standards.

The link above will take you to a page written by James Clear. James has written an entire book on habits. I haven’t read the whole thing but know many people who have, and they have nothing but great things to say. This blog is an example of a good habit. I write it daily, … Continue reading Habits and standards.

Who should lead?

Yesterday, I wrote this post about The Standards of Your Life. I mentioned that a leader is someone who sets the standards as a basic definition. If you’re trying to decide who should be in charge, the typical way is to look at backgrounds, experience, education and a variety of other work in attempt to … Continue reading Who should lead?

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P.S. I spend my time doing this work because a better future for society is on the line. The stakes are enormous! If people aren’t empowered to create healthy, strong small businesses that treat employees fairly, provide for families, and do what’s right for the common good, then society is doomed.

I don’t think that’s the case.

The world is filled with enormous generosity, but many are struggling and like a drowning person, they aren’t in any position to help others. If you’re here and need help, I’ll provide what I can in hopes that things will improve for you, and you can improve things for others.

Join me in making the world a better place, starting with one business at a time. If you need a little inspiration, listen to my recording below.

The world needs you to make something better. If you need a little inspiration, take a listen.