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Sitting at One Horn’s Freight Agent Retreat last weekend, I noticed we had four husband/wife teams at the table, each with very different personalities and work styles. Although their approaches were different, they each successfully worked well together. Back in 2004, when my husband/business partner Louis and I decided to become entrepreneurs and run a
You’ve become successful as a solo agent. You have several really good customers who love working with you. And better yet, you’re making lots and lots of money! Sounds great, right? As the owner of a brokerage with agents, I have seen many agents get to this point. They are really happy, and we are
One Horn Blog #22: 6 Tips for Overcoming Feelings of Isolation and Enhancing Productivity as an Agent Working from a Home Office
Working from a home office, Wow! The freedom you feel not having a demanding boss constantly breathing down your neck. Not having to ask permission to attend a one-hour first grade show for your child and being forced to waste a vacation day (yes, this actually happened to me in corporate). I was thrilled to
Happy New Year, Everyone! The start of a New Year is a great time to write down your goals for your business and personal life. Someone once said, “A goal not written down is just a wish.” So actually sitting down with your computer or pen and paper and writing a list of your goals
I have asked myself that questions so many times during my career in corporate life as well as while running One Horn Transportation, “So many ideas, so many priorities, will I ever get everything done?” Although for me the answer has been that I don’t get everything done, I have been getting a lot more
What is the most valuable use of your time right now? As I mentioned in my last blog, in my ongoing quest to improve my operational efficiency and personal effectiveness, I encountered this question in Brian Tracy’s book Eat That Frog*. It is one of three questions that he advised us as readers to ask