Posts Tagged ‘value’

When Compromise is Not Compromise

The expression when compromise is not compromise may sound like double-talk, but believe me when I say it’s not. Read the rest of this entry »


Don’t Repeat the Past

In business or any endeavor the past should remain just that; the past. You’ve likely heard the quote by Sara Shepherd, “Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it” or one of many variations from numerous other individuals. Let’s think about the implications. Read the rest of this entry »


Personal Values Matter

Have you ever known someone who seems to makes decisions based on what is convenient for the moment? Here is one reason that happens. In a previous blog (Why You Need a Values Statement) some of the reasons a values statement was useful for a business were discussed. In a sense this expands on that but takes it to a more personal level

Personal Values

Just as a business values statement helps determine how employees interact with each other, customers, and vendors, a personal set of values help you determine how you interact with others and even with yourself. Without a fixed set of personal values we run the risk of being like the person above who makes decisions based on the convenience of the moment. That us very inconsistent and no way to live.

Consistent Value Benefits

If you have unchanging personal values you will be Read the rest of this entry »


Are You Delivering Value?

Value is something we hear about regularly. Yet, how many of us actually pause long enough or often enough to consider the question “Are You Delivering Value?” Every company and individual would do well to explore the answer to this question. We have to consider Read the rest of this entry »


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