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Category: Roger’s Tips

Leveraging Your Networking Efforts

Savvy business owners and professionals understand that networking requires time and patience in order to build a pipeline of promising contacts, leads, and referral sources. Networking, after all, is only as good as the energy and effort you take to make it work. But what if we could hurry things along with the goal of…Continue Reading »

New Year – New You

There’s something about the New Year that makes us desire some personal changes in life. It’s as if turning the calendar page inspires us to think about self-improvement. Making major alterations to one’s life requires a plan and a good deal of patience…and effort. To achieve one’s goals there must be an understanding of how…Continue Reading »

Being Thankful

Another New Year is just around the corner and December seems to have snuck up on us. If you’re like me, you might be juggling a whole bunch of “traditional” year-end activities: work parties, family get-togethers, and, of course, holiday shopping. Sometimes all of it can feel a bit too much. What should be a…Continue Reading »

Staying Healthy and Lean During the Holiday Season

Staying Healthy and Lean During the Holiday Season As some of you may know from experience, weight gain during the holidays is real. It’s almost a self-fulfilling prophecy, too: You linger over the tasty, sugary sweets at holiday parties, and put off exercise so you won’t miss any parties. Some of you may even joke…Continue Reading »


KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid

Great advice…..try to keep everything as simple and as easy as possible. Don’t make things tougher than they have to be. Simplicity leads to ease and efficiency which results in greater profitability.


Finish Upbeat

It is always great to finish every day and every thing on a positive note. It seems to me that most of us focus on went wrong during the day and then dwell on it – beating up ourselves and/or trying to figure out how to fix the situation and avoid it in the future….Continue Reading »