Should I Join Clubhouse?

Should I Join Clubhouse?

By, Pat Sitkins Some Clients: “Should we get on Clubhouse? Me: Jim Mora “Playoffs?” Rant “But Elon Musk is on it” “People are selling invites on eBay for over $100!” “A friend of mine said they would invite me, and they said it could be really good for us.” And….?...
Setting Goals

Setting Goals

By, Larry Linne Hey! Doing some personal planning and goal setting? It’s easy to set those physical, mental, relationship, financial, spiritual goals. However, I find the most challenging, uncomfortable, and rewarding goals are non-traditional. Here is my list of...
Committment

Committment

By, Jason Kuhn Committment  We’ve heard the word since Little League. We put the word on the backs of t-shirts and locker room signs, but how much have we really considered what the concept means? How many players can explain how to apply commitment? Easy to say...
The Process of Failure Analyzation

The Process of Failure Analyzation

By, Jason Kuhn Failure. Otherwise known as the hardest piece of adversity. Most of us have been told, “it’s a part of the process.” Great!…but what does that mean? The process should be a constant evolution of becoming better. Everyone has failed. Everyone will again,...
When and How to Remodel a Pool

When and How to Remodel a Pool

By, Scot Shewey Considering that the average lifespan of a pool’s interior finish can have a lifespan anywhere from 10 to 30 years (with 20 being the “real average”), it might seem like you don’t really need to worry about remodeling your pool. I mean, who needs to...
Rethinking Renovations

Rethinking Renovations

By, Shaun Murphy When you plan a home improvement project, you know to consider the cost of the paint and what kind of shelves you want. You know to measure twice and cut once, and to always read the warning labels on the products you use. However, you should also...