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Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 2:41pm

From Pokemon zombies to sudden storms, there’s no way to tell what’s in store for Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square’s chief. But his day always starts with Scripture.

5:30 a.m. Begin the day reading Scripture, followed by a spin through my five favorite newspapers in their electronic formats. 6:30 a.m. By this time, I will have posted a Scripture on social media. This is something I began doing sparingly, but when friends began sending me notes if I missed, I...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 12:03pm

Failing at business? Either you’re not cut out for it, or your turn is up.

by Jason Forrest Forrest Performance Group With a dozen and a half failed business ventures in a row, you have a choice in how you look at things: 1) You can decide you’re just not cut out for entrepreneurship. 2) You can assume you’re due for a win. It’s a good thing Walter...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 11:53am

By Tony Ford Ford Leadership Solutions Ingenuity, originality, boldness, ambition, aggressiveness, over-achievement. These are just a few of the character traits we entrepreneurs tend to embrace and appreciate in others. I wonder why? Could it be that these are the traits that come naturally to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 11:31am

How best to do this in your workplace? Fort Worth’s GE Manufacturing Solutions has ideas.

By Harriet Harral Executive Director Leadership Fort Worth A book by James Kouzes and Barry Posner, called The Leadership Challenge, outlines five practices of exemplary leadership: Model the way Inspire a shared vision Challenge the process Enable others to act...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 11:19am

Twenty million more covered since Obamacare, but the law’s economic impact on individuals, companies and the marketplace is still taking shape.

By Sarah Caldwell Tax manager JTaylor & Associates The Affordable Care Act: What Has Happened and What Is to Come The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, ‘ACA,’ or “Obamacare” as it is known to supporters and critics alike, was supposed to reduce the number...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 11:01am

Community well-being initiative designed to lower healthcare costs, improve productivity in Fort Worth.

By Laura McWhorter Vice President Texas Health Resources Foundation Healthy cities make for engaged, vibrant communities that attract businesses and families. That’s what Blue Zones Project -- a community-led well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthy choices easier by...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Sep 21 - 10:52am

Real Estate Council reaches out to millennials with mentoring and professional development.

By Karen Vermaire Fox Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth You’re 25 and just starting your career in commercial real estate. Where do you find the additional skills and mentoring you need to enhance your career? From the Real Estate Council, of course. What does REC have for the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Jul 20 - 3:42pm

Haven’t talked about succession and estate planning in your family-owned business yet? Marvin Blum, a Fort Worth attorney who specializes in succession and estate planning, has a 10-step process he uses to work with clients on succession. Start the process. Identify psychological...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Jul 15 - 3:57pm

Profit is what you create, not what you take.

by Jason Forrest Forrest Performance Group In college, Sunny Vanderbeck was a world away from the disciplined Army Ranger he would become. He was 20 pounds overweight, smoking two packs of cigarettes a day, and just plain unhappy. It was time for something completely different. He quit school,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Jul 15 - 3:23pm

By Tony Ford Ford Leadership Solutions Welcome to “Exceptional Entrepreneurship” – a conversation between you and me about all of the issues that make being a private business owner the best and at times the most challenging job there is. In this ongoing series in FW Inc...

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