10 Things Wayne Has Learned in his 35 Years of Work and Life

Dennis’ sign off vlog from last week was wonderful as well as insightful. It got Wayne to thinking… What (if anything) has he learned over the course of his business career – especially as it relates to contractors?

Please tune in this week as Wayne reveals his Top 10 Life Lessons – of which only a couple reiterate Dennis. What about you? What wisdom can you share that has made a difference in your life or business? Please share with us in the comments.

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  1. Great message, as always. As someone who lost a 16-year-old daughter, I can attest to that time with your kids when they are young. Those are times and memories with your kids that you will never get back. This is where I struggle with books that tell you “you have to work 60-80 hours a week to be a successful entrepreneur.” I guess if you’re all about the money, then good for you, but when you’re on your deathbed I promise you you won’t be thinking ” I wish I put more hours in when I was younger.” I’ll regret to the day I die that I did not spend more time with my daughter as she was growing up. Work always seemed to come first. Sadly, I know what I will be saying when I’m on my deathbed :-(. Every day, I wish I had made more memories with my kids when they were young! Bottom Line: “MONEY DOES NOT BUY HAPPINESS”

    • Wow! Thanks for that powerful witness, Paul!

  2. Thank you for sharing , I would like to get the transcript of this one.

    • Wayne – thanks for the great video! I liked your point about weekly goal setting. I just started setting weekly goals at the beginning of this year, and it feels like a good frequency!

      • Excellent, Derek!

  3. Thanks Wayne. I truly appreciate you sharing from the heart and from the mind. Thanks for your wisdom and example.

    • Thank YOU, Arnie!

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