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In late January of 2019, I am releasing my fourth book titled, “The Alliance House of Values and Behaviors. In it, I outline what each of The Alliance’s eight core values means and how they pertain to what our company does together and for our clients all over the United States

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When was the last time you did something for the first time? It’s no secret that I love country music, and one of my favorite artists is Darius Rucker, the former front man of a little band called Hootie and the Blowfish. Rucker stands out in the Nashville music scene because he’s African-American and he […]

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I have some exciting news to share with you if were not watching or listening to The Wednesday Call or the Activity Call earlier this week. In a world that is becoming more and more mobile-based, The Alliance has launched a new mobile app that allows you to access all the great content we offer […]

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In July of 2016, The Alliance released a video titled “What’s Your Story?” The purpose of this video was to remind people that everybody – yes, everybody — is either coming into a situation, coming out of a situation or they are right in the middle of a situation!!! That’s just how life works.

It is situation after situation!

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When you are setting out to grow your business, you have to remember it takes persistency, effort, time and emotion. One of the best analogies I can use is to think about building a business the same way you would grow a Chinese bamboo plant. The first thing you need is a tiny, tiny seed…you […]

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Hey guys, Look here, this is YOUR business. People worry about “Well, Fred did this, my upline did this, my great granddaddy was a mean person…” Hey look, everybody has something they had to deal with. You’ve got to create your own deal, your own success. Yes, it would be nice if you were born […]

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