Can you save your way to millionaire status?

By admin | June 11, 2012 |

It’s not as difficult as you may think to save and invest your way into a financial situation where you have $1 million in net worth. founder Lynnette Khalfani-Cox gives some insight into what she calls a “millionaire-in-training budget” in a video featured on CNNMoney. Create a budget and stick to it, she says:…

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Tiger Resolve (how bad do you want something)

By admin | June 7, 2012 |

The media pontificates whether Tiger Woods is back or not. And most of the time they are doubters and critical not only of his golf play but him personally.  How many of them even know the man, away from the cameras? Whether he is back or not, Tiger demonstrates some personal qualities that all of us…

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Did someone say dessert? (Yogurt Please!)

By admin | June 4, 2012 |

Retail yogurt establishments are popping up all over and making yogurt the dessert of choice in America.  All businesses ought to take notice of what is happening. Before you conclude what you think it is about, let me be clear it isn’t about yogurt. Freshens and TCBY have been around a long time but are being…

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Entrepreneurs Care Deeply

By admin | May 30, 2012 |

The entrepreneurs I know care deeply about what they do and the difference they are making in the world.  Most aren’t worries really, but in perhaps weak moments they get a bit anxious about how things will come together and ultimately work out. Seth Godin highlights that idea that perhaps anxiety stems from trying to control…

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Too much information…too little time.

By admin | May 21, 2012 |

Too much information…too little time. Do you ever feel overwhelmed by stuff and inundated with must do action items? The remedy is not a magic pill that makes everything go away. It’s identifying the most difficult or highest value item and doing it first.

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The Real Jerry Maguire

By admin | May 16, 2012 |

What made the real Jerry Maguire, Leigh Steinberg, the super agent he is because of getting beyond the money in negotiations. His goal was always to deal with the whole person, probe for the athletes beyond-sport goals. Recently in a radio interview on Pro Sports Lives Live show with hosts Mike and Gena Pitts, a…

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Alpharetta Art In The Park is the weekend of May 26

By admin | May 13, 2012 |

You can get a look at the craft and skills of more than 50 area artists at this year’s Alpharetta Art In The Park. Art is the Park is May 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ole Milton Park, 35 Milton Avenue in Alpharetta. It’s…

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When Trusts Hide A Lack of Trust

By admin | May 11, 2012 |

In the living room and offices that belong to my parents are several numbered paintings by Thomas Kinkade.  He positioned himself as the “painter of light,” which really resonated with much of the Christian audience. His work really is incredible with vivid colors that really appeared to light a dark room.  And he was very…

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Traits of Personal Mastery

By admin | May 7, 2012 |

I am a student of leadership and how it contributes to success in work and life. I’m finding a core principle that drives great leaders is the pursuit of Mastery. When we refer to an expert in any field, don’t we say of that person, “a master of their trade.” So in golf there is…

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22nd Taste of Alpharetta coming up in May

By admin | May 3, 2012 |

The 22nd Annual Taste of  Alpharetta festival is coming up May 10 in a new location, 2 South Main St., Hwy. 9, across from Alpharetta City Hall. It’s the South’s largest “taste of” festival, and organizers say more than 50,000 people come each year to taste good food, appetizers, drinks and desserts. Taste of  Alpharetta…

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