Baby Boomers: Purpose is MIA


Recently we ran a survey of a small, anonymous sample of business professionals (age 50+ lawyers, accountants, business consultants, bankers and the like) who were working full time, asking them to rank various concerns…

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Is Working Over-Rated?


I had just returned from a round of golf with Jim, a friend and neighbor. As we were unpacking the car, we saw Sam, another neighbor, still dressed in his shirt and tie, getting his mail.

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Workforce Planning


In sports, a team’s success is often linked to its bench strength – the players on the bench who can seamlessly jump in and replace a player who is pulled due to injury or some other reason.

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It’s Only The Rest of Your Life

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Imagine you are getting tired, not the kind of tired at the end of a day, but tired of what you are doing now and how you are living. We have all felt that at sometime in our life.

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Bridging the Value Gap


When selling a business, there is nothing more disappointing than realizing there’s a gap between what you want to put in your pocket and what potential buyers are willing to pay.

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