In this mini-series, we discuss in detail what we believe to be the Seven Deadly Sins that stop Business growth in it’s tracks. You will find these lessons to be applicable in professional and personal application.

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Sin №6: Excuses

“He that is good for making excuses is seldom good…


In this mini-series, we discuss in detail what we believe to be the Seven Deadly Sins that stop Business growth in it’s tracks. You will find these lessons to be applicable in professional and personal application.

Missed the First Deadly Sin? Catch up here.

Missed the Second Deadly Sin? Catch up here.

Missed the Third Deadly Sin? Catch up here.

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Sin №5: Impatience

“What good has impatience ever brought? It has only served as the mother of mistakes and the father of irritation.” ― Steve Maraboli

Whether or not…


In this mini-series, we discuss in detail what we believe to be the Seven Deadly Sins that stop Business growth in it’s tracks. You will find these lessons to be applicable in professional and personal application.

Missed the First Deadly Sin? Catch up here.
Missed the Second Deadly Sin? Catch up here.
Missed the Third Deadly Sin? Catch up here.
Want to be notified with each post? Subscribe to our Newsletter!

Sin №4: Pessimism

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” ― Winston S. Churchill

It is often said there are…


In this mini-series, we discuss in detail what we believe to be the Seven Deadly Sins that stop Business growth in it’s tracks. You will find these lessons to be applicable in professional and personal application.

Missed the First Deadly Sin? Catch up here.

Missed the Second Deadly Sin? Catch up here.

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Sin №3: Greed

What is greed? Why is it bad? Isn’t the desire to progress noble? When gaining an understanding of a topic, I like to play devil’s advocate. Over the last week, I have asked these…


The Digital Age is the Cubicle Age

Last April, I made the change to a standing desk. It has drawn a lot of attention and questions. However, because of the attention it has received and because I am passionate about the reasons for switching over; I thought I would share what I have found. I have worked a desk job for the better part of 8 years now, that is a lot of sitting. Along with so many others, I have felt the effects of sitting in a chair for 8 to 10 hours a day. …


In this mini-series, we discuss in detail what we believe to be the Seven Deadly Sins that stop Business growth in it’s tracks. You will find these lessons to be applicable in professional and personal application.

Missed the First Deadly Sin? Catch up here.

Sin №2: Self-pity

“Self pity is easily the most destructive of the non-pharmaceutical narcotics; it is addictive, gives momentary pleasure and separates the victim from reality.” — John Gardner

I do not know of any human emotion more capable of disrupting your purpose and calling than self-pity. John Gardner mentions that it is an “addictive” phenomenon…


Influence

There are two external factors we are going to discuss today. These factors can affect your personal, professional, and academic lives. These factors are Influence and Inspiration. I’ll be honest, the word influence makes me cringe, it is in my top 5 most disliked words. Let me explain. When I am mulling over a topic, I tend to discuss my thoughts with as many people as will entertain potentially lengthy, deep discussions. I am particularly annoying in this way. Those close to me know when I am trying to figure something out. The last few weeks it has been this…


In this mini-series, we discuss in detail what we believe to be the Seven Deadly Sins that stop Business growth in it’s tracks. You will find these lessons to be applicable in professional and personal application.

Sin №1: Arrogance

“The truest characters of ignorance are vanity, and pride and arrogance.” — Samuel Butler

At this point, you have started a business or are planning on starting one soon. Perhaps you are dreaming of the business you wish to build one day. Whatever stage you are in, you want to exude confidence in your product and services. Confidence is attractive to…

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