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How To Deal With Dissatisfaction In Your Life.

Posted by Aaron Walker on Apr 16, 2021 9:00:00 AM

When you start feeling down and dissatisfied, sit down and compare DOWN, NOT UP! Do it privately and look how blessed you are compared to the third of the world who live in less than $2 a day.

You will be amazed at how blessed you will realize you are! Be grateful for all you have. Feel a sense of gratitude and appreciate all that you have. And watch your attitude, your disposition and your day change!

 

 

 

Topics: Motivation, Character, Balance, Fun, Community, Relationships, Success, Significance, Priorities, Tips, Clarity, Development, Self Development, Gratitude, Decisions, Wisdom, Encourage, Joy, Obstacles, Experience, Purpose, Value

Are You Too Tight For Your Own Good?

Posted by Aaron Walker on Apr 12, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Some of you are tightwads! You are too tight for your own good. You can not save your way in to wealth and prosperity. You can’t increase revenue or sales if you are stepping over dollars picking up dimes! You have to be willing to spend money to take you to places you want to go! We have to prioritize our priorities. You got to have the tools you need to go to the next level!

 

Topics: Business, Accountability, Finances, Balance, Success, Significance, Priorities, Commitment, Discipline, Clarity, Development, Self Development, Decisions, Crossroads, Wisdom, Guide, Vision, Mission, Expectation, Evaluation, Purpose, Ambition, Investment

How To Get Your Wayward cChildren Back

Posted by Aaron Walker on Mar 29, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Some of you guys, my heart goes out for you today because you're dealing with children that you have a broken relationship with. You don't have any ties, any connections.

Here's what I want you to do today. Reach out to those kids today with maybe a word of encouragement, maybe a hug on them, love on them. Tell them that you love them.

I am not saying condone what they've done. We have a lot of kids out there that are knuckleheads that have done the wrong thing. They've made bad decisions. But let me remind you of something. You made some bad decisions yourself as a child, as a teenager, as a young adult. Don't hold them to a standard that you're not willing to adhere to yourself when you were a younger kid. Let's show some grace.

Be the bigger person. What I am saying is there is nothing that they would do that would separate my love and willingness to go out and pursue them. Maybe you need to say "Hey I don't agree with what you're doing but I want you to know that I will spend my last quarter helping you if you're willing to change."

Don't love your passbook more than you do your kid. You got to love them back to you not beat them into submission.

 

 

Topics: Motivation, Accountability, Family, Relationships, Success, Significance, Priorities, Parenting, Commitment, Discipline, Clarity, Development, Burden, Decisions, Crossroads, Wisdom, Be The Light, Encouragement, Be An Encouragement, Leadership, Father, Determination, Patience, Purpose

10 Tips On How To Create A Great Partnership

Posted by Aaron Walker on Mar 22, 2021 9:00:00 AM

10 Tips On How To Create A Great Partnership.


I have had about a dozen partnership over the years of me doing business. Don't let people stop your dreams when they tell you that partnerships don't work. That's not true! If they are carefully planned and structured. There has to be an operating agreement!


Here are some tips and things you need to consider so you can create a great partnership.


1. What is the business evaluation formula if we decide to sell? Deposit/length of time/interest rate/etc ( This should be a price that dissuades the partner to sell, not rewards him)


2. What if one partner develops a competing product? Does this negate the partnership? I suggest a length of time for a no non compete.


Who owns the product and platform if you dissolve? What happens if one partner dies?


3. Do I have first right of refusal if the other partner wants out? Will the same evaluation formula be used? Historically, you are penalized when leaving prematurely. This always encourages the partnership to remain in place. It keeps each partner from plotting an early exit. Keeps everyone honest.


4. If a cash influx is needed from the partners are you agreeing to bring your % equal to your ownership %? How much time is allotted for your contribution? What is the plan if the partner says I don’t have or do not want to contribute additional capital?


5. How will the profits/proceeds be distributed? This is a big concern. I suggest a % be distributed and a % be reinvested back into the business. Don’t establish a dollar amount, it always changes as the business grows.


6. When will profits be distributed? Monthly/Quarterly/Annually?
Your needs will always be different. A formula for distribution of profits needs to be in place regardless of your needs. Never distribute based on needs of the partner, this will cause hardship and confusion. Distribute on a schedule.


7. What is the job role/responsibilities, of each partner? Write them out.


8. What is the process if the partner falls on hard times and wants to sell? Non elected, forced ( Bankruptcy, divorce, health, etc..) Formula for evaluation/terms/first right?


9. Is there a dispute clause if you reach an impasse? Or, majority owner holds the red button? This could be a phased approach. 1. Owners decide 2. Trusted advisors decide ( predetermined) 3. Arbitration


Where will the partnership be incorporated?


10. There should be a vision/mission/core values.
You cover these big topics and your future life will be much better, I promise.

 

 

Topics: Motivation, Accountability, Balance, Community, Relationships, Significance, Priorities, Tips, Commitment, Discipline, Clarity, Decisions, Crossroads, Wisdom, Encouragement, Leadership, Guide, Communication, Execution, Advice, Authenticity, fingerprint, Vision, Purpose

Agonizing Regrets Or Awesome Memories, It's Your Choice

Posted by Aaron Walker on Mar 19, 2021 9:15:00 AM

During my quiet time this morning, I remember my post two years ago about "The Empty Chair" and it made me sad. In my den, there are two recliners, one for me and one for Robin. This is where we hang out and do life together. But one day, one of those recliners will be empty, one of us will be gone. I know that's pretty sad. The truth is, we're going to have horrific regrets or unbelievable memories, one or the other. It doesn't just apply to marriage but to every facet of life, every person we encounter.

One of our mastermind guys is dealing with bitterness. He can't let it go. Believe me I know exactly what it is. A guy did me very wrong that I wanted to shoot to him. I hated that guy. I didn't want anything to do with him. But six months ago, I went to him and I hugged him. And I told him I love you and I am sorry. I had to let it go because I was the only one being held captive, I was the only one being harmed. I was cheating my family because I was disallowing Robin to live the kind of life because I got bitterness harbored in me.

Guys, some of you, today, you want to hug somebody and tell them you love them and you're sorry. If you can't do that, confess it to somebody else and let it go. It squelches everything in you. We only got one life. We don't get a do over. Get rid of that stuff. You say, they don't deserve it! Well, it's called grace. It's things that people don't deserve but are given to them.

Listen, when you quit demanding justice you will know you have forgiven somebody. When you get bitterness out of your life, you will have a joy that I can't even begin what could transpire. It will change your life. Today, let it go! Share this message to your family as some of them needs to hear it.

 

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