7 lessons from a 7-year-old

Kids are great teachers.  Recently I had the privilege of spending the evening with Allie, a smart, funny, beautiful 7-year-old girl who is the daughter of friends of mine.  After a cancelled babysitting night with her and her little brother (who was sick); we resorted to a Plan B that resulted in a night outContinue reading “7 lessons from a 7-year-old”

3 things every customer wants

Have you been there?  You get 10 minutes down the road and realize you left something on in the house…that “oh no!” moment.  We’ve all been there right?  I had a business version of that recently and thanks to great customer service (and Brandi), my day was saved. My “oh no” moment happened somewhere betweenContinue reading “3 things every customer wants”

Team lessons from the basketball court

For those who know me, you know I am from Kentucky which means in the spring, I’m ready for March Madness!  And yes, I cheer for the Kentucky Wildcats.  Kentucky basketball is a long-standing tradition  and this season’s team has been somewhat of surprise to the Big Blue Nation. Kentucky fans are accustomed to winningContinue reading “Team lessons from the basketball court”

What is on your 2016 Workplace Resolution List?

  2015 has come and gone.  And as the first day of a new year begins, countless resolutions are professed to focus on health, success and often some form of discipline in an area of life. Personal resolutions are a wonderful reminder for the opportunity of second chances.   Whether it is the desire toContinue reading “What is on your 2016 Workplace Resolution List?”

Guest Post: Surviving Worker’s Compensation Claims

Welcome to our friend Marvin Brown for this week’s guest post.  His team at ARCpoint Labs of Murfreesboro is a great resource to reduce your company’s for liability. What do these cases have in common? Janet injures her hand while intoxicated. Tom loses his hand with methamphetamines and alcohol in his system Tony experiences 3rd degreeContinue reading “Guest Post: Surviving Worker’s Compensation Claims”