Did you know….? The 1st relocation dates back to the caveman, moving from an efficiency cave to a larger cave with an ocean view. Og just needed to move 3 rocks! LOL! It may not have been that stressful for Og back in the day to only have to move 3 rocks, (unless they were … More History of the 1st Relocation!
Several years ago, I was tasked with improving our quality at a small moving and storage company in Dallas, Texas due to low quality scores and continuous claims that was costing the company significant dollars coming straight from profits. In fact, the corporate office sent their quality team to meet with us and advised that … More This leadership trait will separate great leaders from good leaders in any company!
If someone asked you which dashboard gauges on your vehicle were most important, you would probably say the speedometer and fuel gauge. Can you imagine driving your car without knowing how fast you were going, or how much gas you had in the tank? What about oil level and tire pressure? Thankfully our check engine … More What gauges are you watching this summer?
THE JOB YOU FINALLY DREAMED… Poem by Bruce W. Waller “What you sow, you will always reap, So plant lots of good seeds, and grow plenty to keep. The more contacts you make, the more opportunities you will see, but waste time in this pursuit, and you will have nothing to be. The harder you … More Words to consider when looking for a new job!
In chapter 4 of my book, Find Your Lane, I talk about “Planning: Your Road Map for Success. When I decided to write my book, I started with an outline, when our family decides to take a vacation, we outline the timeline to plan our events… and when we help our clients with household goods … More When relocating talent, start with this plan for the best chance of success…
In 1989, I was bowling for a chance to qualify for the PBA US Open. The final game of qualifying, I rolled a perfect 300 game to make the top 5 finalists only to get eliminated during match play finals. My dreams of competing in the US Open look to be shattered before a last-minute … More Thankful it never happened…
I have a framed certificate in my home office that says, “In grateful memory of Wayland Eugene Causey who died in the service of his country at Port Chicago, California. 17 July 1944. He stands in the broken lines of patriots who have dared to die that freedom might live, and grow, and increase its … More Don’t wait… tomorrow may be too late!