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Chris Reich, Business Luminary
Beat Stress and Depression By Doing This Simple Thing
Is the news, confinement, money problems, fear of the unknown making you depressed? Do this!
Say “Thank You!”
There are a lot of people that I appreciate. Each day I write 1-3 Thank You cards and put them in the out-going mail. I send them to people I think of and for no particular reason other than wanting them to know they matter. Today, I sent one to my dog’s vet. They sent me some meds I needed even though that’s not something they normally do.
Send one to your local super market. They are working hard to keep our food on the table at some personal risk.
Send one to the post office. It can be any post office. They deal with all kinds of people and work in less than state-of-the-art facilities. They handle mail and packages without question. The government doesn’t think the Postal Service deserves extra funding despite losing $2 billion a week. That can’t set their own rates. You don’t even need names. Just say thanks!
Neighbors? Sure! Clients? Vendors? Yes. Prospects?! Sure! I even sent one to a guy who sent me spam about making me a new website for $200. I looked up his site, found the address and sent a card. Why not? It amused me to do it.
And that’s the moral to the story. Do something random and you’ll feel the benefit. Your spirits will lift. Cost? Under $2. Isn’t that worth it to feel better yourself while doing something for other people? I can’t say there will be economic benefit. Don’t do this and think you’ll impress that prospective client so much that they’ll throw a million bucks in your lap. I wouldn’t want a million bucks in my lap anyway.
Drop me a note and let me know how it goes. Feel better. Things will get better and we’re going to make it. You’re going to make it.
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“Do something random and you’ll feel the benefit. Your spirits will lift. Cost? Under $2. Isn’t that worth it to feel better yourself while doing something for other people?”
The High Conflict Business Partner AKA the Bully is the most difficult type of person to deal with. Here are 6 Tips to help you deal with the Bully Partner.
Business partnerships can be a fantastic way to pool resources and knowledge in order to create a successful enterprise. However, even the most well-intentioned partnerships can break down if certain warning signs are ignored. In this post, I will point out the 5 red flags that should never be ignored when you see them in your business partnership and provide you with guidance on how to deal with them.
If you have read my other posts, you know I strongly encourage people who form Partnerships to create a Partnership Agreement. The document must specify how a Partner can leave the Partnership voluntarily while ensuring that the business is protected from two potential disasters: firstly, by avoiding terms that could bankrupt the business, and secondly, by preventing the admission of unplanned Partners.