Wyoming Business Tips for Dec. 22-Dec. 28
A weekly look at Wyoming business questions from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (WSBDC), part of WyomingEntrepreneur.Biz, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.
By Leonard Holler, WSBDC Regional Director
“How do I keep my sanity in the hustle and bustle of my business life?” Cindy, Gillette
You need some inspiration on a cold winter’s day? I recently read the following in “More Than Just a Thought - Life in a Nutshell,” a monthly newsletter I get from Clay Nelson’s Life Balance. I really liked what he said. It reads like this:
“Life is an awe-inspiring journey that we are meant to savor. We were given eyes, so that we can see the beauty around us, and so we may see when another is in need. We were given ears so we can learn, and so that we may listen to others. We were given voices so that we can share what we have learned along our journey, ask for help when it is needed, and teach and comfort others. We were given the ability to smell so that we may stop and really enjoy the fresh mountain air along our way. We were given the sense of touch so that we may not only love the way the soft fur on a kitty feels when you give them a belly rub, but give them happiness and provide for the needs of others in return.
“We were given this gift of life to enjoy, and in return for this gift, we are called to make a difference in the lives of others.” - Clay S. Nelson.
Read the entire article in his online newsletter at http://t.co/cjIo7muc.
Nelson has more than three decades of experience as an executive business coach, counseling executives and their teams in how to grow their businesses as well as themselves both personally and professionally.
A successful entrepreneur and great lover and observer of life, Nelson’s “on-the-job” business and life experiences, along with his savvy people skills, provide him with the ability to relate to -- and help others work through -- the varied work-life issues that we all deal with each and every day. He founded Clay Nelson Life Balance to provide businesses and individuals with what may be missing in their lives: purpose, personal and business planning, team, fun, effective delegation and accountability.
He resides in Bozeman, Mont., with his wife, Susan.
You also can get assistance with your business questions, encouragement and support from the WyomingEntrepreneur network at www.wyen.biz or call 1-800-348-5184.
The WSBDC is a partnership of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Wyoming Business Council and the University of Wyoming. To ask a question, call 1-800-348-5194, email email@example.com or write 1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3922, Laramie, WY, 82071-3922.