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How the Heck are YOU Getting THERE in Five Years?

Every month or so, we are pleased to go all Oprah on our readers and followers with our HMA Book Club.  Because I like interactive books […]

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 […]