Author: Richard Rondeau

The Loser’s Limp – Consulting Success Story

Have you ever watched a receiver get his hands on the football only to have it slapped away by a defender? The next time, look carefully and you just might notice the difference between a player who’s a winner and one who’s a wannabe. The wannabe will put on a sad face and limp back to the huddle–The Loser’s Limp–while a player with confidence will prance back with head held high. The winner knows he […]


Resolutions? How about a Mission Statement

“Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Proverbs 29:18 If you’re like most people, you’ve probably flirted around with New Year’s resolutions: You’ve said, “THIS is the year I’m gonna lose weight and get in shape. Starting January 1, no more snacking. I’m joining the health club and I’m gonna work out daily. I may even do my first marathon.” What happens? By March 1 (the latest …) you’re back on the junk food […]


Developing Successful Consulting Habits

Do each day all that can be done that day. You don’t need to overwork or to rush blindly into your work trying to do the greatest possible number of things in the shortest possible time. Don’t try to do tomorrow’s or next week’s work today. It’s not the number of things you do, but the quality, the efficiency of each separate action, that counts. To develop “successful habits,” you need only to focus on […]