Business of You

What if we managed ourselves like successful innovative businesses do?

I like you and everyone else are a business.  My primary customer is my future self.  Additional customers include others in my life as well as the environment I live in.  The product of my business is who I am now.  The service I provide is stewarding the resources creating the product and its usefulness to the customers.  My success is determined by my decisions and the actions I take with the intent of exceeding the expectations of my customers.

To Learn More about the Biz of You go to either the Biz of Who or the Valued Life page.  Else just enjoy the recent posts below.
Feel free to contact the author of this blog at  jacob@bizofyou.com

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There are times we have grow up and find the fun in what needs done instead of avoiding what needs done.

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My writing has tapered off. For those who enjoy these posts, I apologize. Life comes and goes with every day and our focus changes based on our present needs. Recently, I’ve been focusing on letting shit go. There’s so much to wrap ourselves up with from the holidays, muling over future job opportunities versus present… Read More

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Since the cognitive revolution 70,000 years ago, we have been changing our behavior and social patterns faster than our DNA is able to change. The cognitive revolution, according to Yuval Noah Harari, enabled humankind to imagine realities other than the perceived reality of the ground we walk on, the sky we look up to, or… Read More

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A better future depends on our ability to limit ourselves and listen to feedback whether you are an eight year old or the president of the United States.

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Focusing on having what we don’t have right now creates misery not just for ourselves but those around us. Holding on to having whatever we’re focused on now only sets us on the path of anger, hate and suffering. My son received some money for Christmas. The $40 burned a hole in his pocket. He… Read More

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There are three simple steps for dealing with difficult people and one path to increasing the value of our lives.

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