Lessons Learned: 1987 VW Vanagon

  I am currently sitting in the back of my 1987 Vanagon as I wait for Lindsey to show up. I love working out of the vans, as you may have seen in a recent Instagram post. They are one of my happy places and have created so many great memories for our family. They … Continue reading Lessons Learned: 1987 VW Vanagon

Trade Shows

Over the last few weeks I have been involved with two trade shows standing on both sides of the table. The first one was Magic in Las Vegas for http://www.lindseymoceri.com. A trade show of that size was new to me. We were going from booth to booth looking for new lines for Lindsey to carry … Continue reading Trade Shows

The Successful Interview

  Today a young man walked into my office filled out an application to be a laborer/carpenter assistant and asked if there was someone around he could talk to. I happened to be available, so I interviewed him on the spot. It was a good interview, more of a discussion than an interrogation with a … Continue reading The Successful Interview

Personality Test: Step 2

It has been a few weeks since I posted step one of my Personality Test process and I have made some ground. After some discussion and research, we decided on the DISC test, I also found a great book on using paperclips to figure out personality traits, but I will save that for another post. … Continue reading Personality Test: Step 2

Character: Super Bowl Edition

With the Super Bowl tomorrow there is a lot of talk about this dynasty that the Patriots have built and been able to sustain for over a decade. Their success can really only be compared to likes of John Wooden’s UCLA teams and Bill Russell’s NBA career. To a lesser degree Michael Jordan’s Bulls and … Continue reading Character: Super Bowl Edition

The Correct Growth

In the January/February 2018 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine here is an article “Landing on the Wrong Shelves.” The article talks about the growing pains that can come along with business. When they mentioned the “right growth” it really struck a cord with me. There is often a sentiment in business that you must always be … Continue reading The Correct Growth