Tag: life lessons

Try This Instead: Learn to Set the Bar LOW

Try This Instead: Learn to Set the Bar LOW

| October 21, 2014 | 1 Reply

We’ve all heard these pep talks before… “Expect more out of yourself!” “Be all you can be!” “Good enough is never good enough!” “Set the bar HIGH!” Your parents, your boss, your childhood soccer coach, and of course every self help book you’ve ever attempted to read has made these statements at one time or […]

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Baby Girls and Startups

Baby Girls and Startups

| April 19, 2014 | Reply

Last week, I had an email exchange with Merrick Lozano of PRLeap.com. I’ve known Merrick for many years and enjoyed watching him grow his company while also building a family. I asked him about how he was enjoying his new baby girl. I don’t have kids now and often wondered just how some entrepreneurs manage […]

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Do Good Anyway

Do Good Anyway

| May 2, 2013 | Reply

One of my favorite short reminders of how to live life can be found written on the wall in Mother Theresa‘s bedroom of her home for children in Calcutta, India. It is a constant reminder to live by a set of principles that are grounded, unfettered by the whims of societal change. I wish I […]

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Break the Rules

Break the Rules

| January 27, 2013 | Reply

We were down to our last few dollars and I didn’t know how we were going to make payroll. Our business model wasn’t working the way we planned, and we were burning cash faster than expected. Something needed to change. Something big – and something now. The year was 2008 and TakeLessons was working to […]

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