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Funny thing about goals

I decided at the beginning of the year that instead of resolutions I would set goals.  I was never very good at keeping resolutions so goal-setting […]

#BookClub: Start With Why by Simon Sinek

“Trust begins to emerge when we have a sense that another person or organization is driven by things other than their own self-gain,” said Simon Sinek. […]

#BookClub: Sweepus Underum Carpetae – Leadership Lesson from The Lost Thing

I came across a list several weeks ago that talked about five childrens’ books that all business people should read.  And since HMA does a book […]

The No Resolution Resolution

Ah, the beginning of the year. Time to start anew and make all those resolutions.  Save money. Lose weight. Exercise. Travel more. Read more.  Yada yada […]

Getting the RIGHT Work Done – Part Three

Earlier this month, as part of the HMA Book Club, I presented my thoughts on The Harvard Business Review’s Guide to Getting the Right Work Done. […]

Getting the RIGHT Work Done – Part Two

Last week, as part of the HMA Book Club, I presented my thoughts on The Harvard Business Review’s Guide to Getting the Right Work Done. The […]

Getting the RIGHT Work Done – Part One

Ever feel like your work is never done? Or, perhaps, like you will never catch up? It’s because it isn’t – and you won’t. We are […]

Youtility – Be Helpful and Not “Hypeful”

I chose to read Youtility by Jay Baer for our monthly book club report for the HMA blog. I was intrigued by the title and by […]

Book Club – The Advantage

Welcome to the first post of the year in the ongoing HMA Book Club series.  We haven’t had an entry in a while – lots of […]

My “Top 10” Favorite Books

I’m not sure what the backstory was, but Gini Dietrich wrote a blog post for Margie Clayman on her top 10 favorite books. I commented that […]