Monthly Archives: June 2018

It’s OK to Have Fun at Work

We had a great time at our auction this past Tuesday evening. Not only did we sell a lot of really great items, we had a lot of fun doing it. I have four people work the auction ring while … Continue reading

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The Importance of Why

A few weeks ago I was talking to a mother and her college-age daughter in a church hallway after the service. Frankly, I do not remember the topic of the conversation, but I kept asking her why she wanted to … Continue reading

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Details are Important

Today we start setting up for our auction tomorrow. My grandson, Tyler, and I will begin around 8:00 hauling items to the auction site and spend the entire day hauling items and setting them out for display. We normally work … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Notice?

The best leaders see what others miss. They not only see the things that are happening; they also see why those things are happening the way they are. Such insight makes it possible for them to march through life with … Continue reading

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Feast or Famine

I’ve struggled this year getting the number of auctions I wanted. My goal was to do about two auctions a month in 2018. Now, I admit that I am a little picky about the auctions I do. Unless the merchandise … Continue reading

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