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September 2011

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September
2011

Who Am I To Judge?

By: Jef Welch

Who Am I To Judge?

Years ago I realized how judgmental I had become. I found myself judging others that were outside the realm of which I patterned my life or lifestyle, and the crazy part of it all is, I thought I was correct in my thinking.

The Holy Bible says, “Do not judge, and you will not be judged. For as you judge others, so you will yourselves be judged….” (Matthew 7:1). Amazingly I found this to be very true. Why? Well…..let’s just say…..misery loves company. When you are judgmental, those around you will be as well. When you have a negative conversation about someone, everyone wants to join in. You find yourself surrounded by people who are just like you. If you’re positive, your friends with be as well. If you are negative, well…..you get the picture.

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September
2011

Mentors Can Sometimes Be Rotten Apples

By: Jef Welch

Mentors Can Sometimes Be Rotten Apples

“One rotten apple spoils the whole barrel” is a saying that has been used to depict the negative influence of one individual powerful enough to corrupt a group of individuals. This saying is a truism used for centuries so I suppose it’s appropriate for me to use this phrase to illustrate a point.

First of all let’s make one thing very clear……..there are rotten apples in practically every profession on the planet. We have seen this is car dealers, bankers, contractors, venture capitalists, and even ministers. It’s everywhere…….even in Network Marketing. So what is the answer? It’s simple so keep reading and don’t stop till you have read my entire blog.

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September
2011

The Reason for the TEAM Approach

By: Jef Welch

The Reason for the TEAM Approach

I trust everyone understands the strength of a team and how much additional strength is gained by involving others in your endeavors. When using the word “team” one tends to focus on sports, such as basketball, football, baseball, and other team sports. The “team” approach to business is very relative to team sports. It takes a cooperative effort to achieve optimal results. I have served as the Chairman of the Board or the C.E.O. of many different corporations and believe me……..without cooperative effort, efficiency and productivity