Those who can't manage themselves can't be expected to manage anything else either.

David Mezzapelle

I've had the privilege over the years to work with amazing people, including our Contagious Optimism team today. As a leader in any organization, there is nothing better than having people around you who understand your vision and then execute it successfully. Some call this effect "synergy" and others call it "harmony." Having the right people around you is tough to find and you should consider yourself fortunate when you experience harmony among your team — like a fine motor that is perfectly calibrated.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you always had a steady flow of business? A pace that is manageable?  Deadlines which are realistic? Forget it. It is not going to happen. It used to be that I could count on certain seasonal rushes. I knew there would be a mad dash to spend money and finish projects before my client’s year end or other peak times. I could also predict when business would be slow.

Small business owners, like me, have found that it is critical not to be tied to the geographic area where the business is located. With all the available tools it is easier than ever to have clients in far-away places. But, you still need to show up from time to time. Unlike, bigger operations that have travel resources we are often left to fend for ourselves. Lately, I have been traveling a great deal so I decided to take the best tips I have learned and share them.

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