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6 Easy Ways To Break Trust With Your Employees

Posted on Sep 8, 2015 in Blog, Communication

6 Easy Ways To Break Trust With Your Employees

By: Zachary Lee What does trust look like to you? If you were to create an image for trust, what would it look like? What does it mean to you? On your list of values and rules to live by in life is it number 1, number 2, number 10? Regardless of how important trust is to you in your relationship with your employees (i.e., just get your work done), your employees ability to trust you as their leader is everything. Lots of leaders will tell you that trust is important to them – trust from...

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Do You Hate Listening?

Posted on Jun 9, 2015 in Blog, Communication, Conflict Resolution, Uncategorized

Do You Hate Listening?

by: Zachary J. Lee Have you ever been accused of such a thing? To think that you – yes, you are capable of not being a good listener? For some of us listening comes rather naturally and is therefore easier for us to accomplish in our relationships. But, for some of us, we lack the attention, focus, and understanding of why listening is so important to our partner. Have you ever heard the phrase, “God gave us two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we...

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Cabin Fever?

Posted on Mar 2, 2015 in Blog, Family

                          By: Zach & Kate It’s about time for the snow to melt and spring to make its way onto our front doorstep. How do we know this? Because our kids are telling us. They are more rambunctious, more energetic, and  sometimes appear to be wild monkeys. We like wild monkeys…we just like them outside. Unfortunately, with the weather being so cold lately it’s been a challenge to let them loose in the...

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Holiday Traditions

Posted on Nov 18, 2014 in Blog, Faith, Family

Can you hear all of the Christmas songs in the air? What about the smell of fresh baked goodies? For a lot of us, Christmas is one of our favorite times of year because it creates a festive atmosphere of fun, family time and eating WAY to much – not to mention giving and receiving presents! Family traditions surrounding Christmas are both new and old. Some of us have family traditions that are almost as sacred as the day itself and if you tried to change them, grandma or grandpa might...

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Wealth Building: Planning the End-Game

Posted on Nov 4, 2014 in Blog, Money

By: Zachary Lee   Are you frugal? Are you a super-saver? Or are you the opposite? Are the luxuries of life too good to pass up because tomorrow that thing could be gone? Whoever you are, you fall somewhere in the financial spectrum of have’s or have not’s. Have not’s are individuals or couples who have no financial plan, goals, and spend their incomes with no clear foresight of how their spending is impacting their future. The Have’s are individuals or couples who...

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Fostering Faith

Posted on Nov 4, 2014 in Blog, Faith, Family, Uncategorized

By: Zach & Kate Lee Do you remember who taught you how to pray? Or who introduced you to God and Jesus? For us, it was our parents. One of the best things our parents did for us was to participate equally in teaching us about God and introducing us to the bible through stories, books, and taking us to Sunday school. One of the greatest gifts you can give to your children is for both you and your partner (when possible) to equally participate in the teaching of your children’s...

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