Redmon's Rule #134 - Choose Who You Will Become

As an entrepreneur, you’re expected to carve your own path - and you’ll undoubtedly face roadblocks along the way. When faced with divergence, find purpose in the moment and make a conscious decision to respond. Take time to reflect on why the situation occurred and what you might learn from it. Then use this knowledge to navigate your path forward.

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Redmon's Rule #133 - Lead with Intent

For good or for bad, culture is nothing more than the behavior of its leaders.

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Redmon's Rule #132 - Identify Hidden Leaders

The Dunning-Kruger effect argues that the most competent people are often the most insecure. People who question their abilities are often great leaders because they are humble enough to know there is always more to learn.

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Redmon's Rule #131 - Perception is Key to Communication

Alleviate mixed messages by combating two common challenges, selective perception and closure.

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Redmon's Rule #130 - Fail Early and Often

At some point in your journey, you’re going to feel stuck. Situations will arise that leave you feeling confined. You might even think you’ve already failed. When this happens, remember that there is no one best solution. And if you want to solve a problem, you have to find it first.

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Honoring Those Who Have Served

May is National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM) – a time when we are given the opportunity to show our appreciation for the service and sacrifice of America's veterans and the contribution of their spouses. 

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Strategy and Management Services, Inc. Sponsors Easter Seals’ DC Affiliate 2018 Advocacy Awards

Company is pleased to provide sponsorship; President and CEO serves as Marketing and Committee Chairs

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Redmon's Rule #129 - Know the Benefits of Buying Local

Sourcing locally can provide huge benefits for your business and your bottom line.

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Redmon's Rule #128 - Achieve More by doing Less

Hard work isn’t always the best work. Society tends to confuse working hard with being busy. So it only makes sense that being busy, overworked, and constantly climbing a monumental to-do list makes you a hard worker, right?

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Redmon’s Rule #127 – Watch Your Language

In a crowd or one-on-one, employees look to leaders for direction and gain more from non-verbal cues than words.

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