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I Read “100M Offers” So You Don’t Have To!

Stop scrolling and get a flash lesson on creating irresistible offers your customers will need like air in their lungs. Alex Hormozi’s “100M Offers” is one of the best books I’ve ever read on this subject. Let’s trade 1 minute of your time for 7 takeaways.

Mastering Conflict Resolution

In the dance of collaboration, stepping on each other’s toes is inevitable. How we navigate these missteps through conflict resolution can make or break the partnership. Effective conflict resolution strategies are key to maintaining a healthy working relationship and ensuring project success.  Sterling & Stone… Read More »Mastering Conflict Resolution


Fear-based accounting was the number one impediment to our growth until we finally corrected the problem. We started using paid Slack immediately following our former CFO’s departure. Our studio has run smoother every day since, thanks to that decision. 

I Read “Year of Yes” So You Don’t Have to

You have the power to write a new story, one daring YES at a time. Or as Shonda puts it so perfectly in the book: “I think a lot of people dream. And while they are busy dreaming, the really happy people, the really successful people, the really interesting, powerful, engaged people? Are busy doing.” Stop waiting for permission, perfection, or the right time.

Candor and Manners: How We Nurture Creative Genius

Candor ensures your message is clear, honest, and direct. A lighthouse guiding your words through the foggy sea of ambiguity, ensuring that your intentions are illuminated and your meaning is unmistakable. Manners delivers the truth in a way that is respectful, considerate, and ultimately, more likely to be heard and acted upon. It’s the difference between a blunt instrument and a surgical tool — both can be effective, but the latter is far more precise and less likely to cause unintended damage.

Plotting Success

Starting next week, we’ll dive deep into each of these flywheels, with actionable strategies I encourage you to steal. By focusing on one or two of these areas, you can maximize your results and tailor the takeaways to your own talent, ambition, and level of experience.