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What You Should Expect From Your Accounting and Financial Reporting​

By |2020-08-16T23:46:17-04:00November 1st, 2016|Bookkeeping, News & Info|

As a business owner, you can’t keep up with everything. So unless you have a background in finance or accounting, you probably don’t know every single thing your bookkeeper does each month. That’s why many businesses find themselves stuck in one of the following situations: 1) You hire an outside bookkeeping service that uses a [...]

Lessons on Business from a Friend’s Motorcycle Trip

By |2021-02-22T07:33:22-05:00September 6th, 2016|News & Info|

Check out the link below to another fantastic article from my friend Gina Catalano at Venture Solutions. More of Gina's work is available on her website. The lessons in her article aren't limited to motorcycles or business. I hope you enjoy; if you like it, please hit LIKE at the bottom of her article so we [...]

Tony Robbins Experience: Kool-Aid or Value?

By |2021-02-22T07:33:09-05:00August 30th, 2016|News & Info|

Short answer:  BOTH! VALUE:  I’m often asked, “Was the Tony Robbins seminar worth my investment?” My answer is “Yes!”  I definitely came away with 2-3 times the value that I paid for the seminar – and it is value that Priorities Group, Inc. will realize within the next three months. So, first and foremost, I’m [...]

The Perfect Words

By |2021-02-13T10:52:11-05:00July 14th, 2016|News & Info|

And, finally, I have found the perfect words (not my own - someone else's!) to summarize what I love to do and why it is so incredibly special when the right chemistry is in place! (Famous Sidekicks) Give this a read: entrepreneurs, executives, CEO's, COO's, and in-place Chiefs-of Staff! Balance in leadership is everything - [...]

The Inconsistent Parent; or “Do as I say!”

By |2016-06-28T13:07:45-04:00June 28th, 2016|News & Info|

“Don’t EVER drive more than 5 mph over the speed limit.”     “Always suspect that the “other guy” is just trying to do his best.”         “You may not see the end game, but TRUST that you can get there.”             “ALWAYS save an angry email for 24 hours before sending!”     [...]

Breaking The Bone To Reset It

By |2016-02-04T11:05:05-05:00February 4th, 2016|News & Info|

Change in an organization: Scary – exciting random – organized supported – resisted eye-opening – blinding Change in an organization is all of these things. To top it off, change usually comes because, either something is broken, or something needs to prepare for growth. And whether resetting a broken bone, or going through growing pains [...]

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Thoughts from a Traffic Jam

By |2015-11-18T09:00:12-05:00November 18th, 2015|News & Info|

This week’s thoughts were drafted in a traffic jam.  Yup, it was dictated into my voice recorder during 18 miles of stop-and-go traffic west-bound on the Pennsylvania Turnpike as I was working my way to a meeting. Now, to put some context to this, I’m the person who: figures out how long the maps say [...]

#1 Stress Reduction Technique: The Value of Truth, Transparency, and Trust

By |2015-10-29T11:13:47-04:00October 29th, 2015|News & Info|

The statistics on workplace stress were outlined in a newsletter that was published today at the office quoting the American Institute of Stress saying, “…job stress is far and away the major source of stress for American adults…and…it has escalated progressively over the past few decades.”  There is significant value in the key stress-reduction tools [...]

This will just take a minute…

By |2015-09-30T08:57:50-04:00September 30th, 2015|News & Info|

“Excuse me, this will just take a minute…”  If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard this – or, to be honest, every time I’ve said it myself – I’d be comfortably retired. Today, interruptions are the norm, and can quickly become the habit of on entire organization.  And looking in the mirror [...]

ONE THING TO MAKE IT EVEN BETTER

By |2015-08-26T10:20:45-04:00August 26th, 2015|News & Info|

When I’m having my very best of days and I’ve been working hard on some task, there is a moment when I stop and say, “Okay, that’s good.  But what is one thing I could do to make it even better?” This applies in both the mundane and the complex, and I am a believer [...]

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