Volume 113: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part Two

Back in May, I decided to do a 3-part series to celebrate O&A turning 25 Years Old. So, today, we’re going to continue celebrating with the next ten lessons in our list of the Top 25 Lessons I’ve Learned Owning My Own Business for 25 Years. Picking up where we left off, in no particular … Continue reading Volume 113: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part Two

Volume 111: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part One

June 1, 1996 is date that Oberg and Associates “officially” opened its doors as a company. Next Tuesday, June 1, 2021, Oberg and Associates, LLC will turn 25 Years Old, and quite a lot has changed from those early days. As most of you know, I’m not an overly sentimental person, but it’s hard not … Continue reading Volume 111: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part One

Volume 109: Hard Work Pays Off When Consistent

It doesn’t always seem like we’re making progress toward our goals, and I think it’s easy to get frustrated sometimes with this apparent lack of progress. Because of this, I think most of us have days where we don’t want to do what we’re supposed to do. We don’t want to go to the gym … Continue reading Volume 109: Hard Work Pays Off When Consistent

Volume 108: Adjusting Goals and Plans After One Quarter

In a week, we’ll be one quarter of the way through 2021, so I want to know: How are you doing on your professional goals? Regardless of where you stand, a week from now, the first quarter will be over, and we will all be left with some choices. If you’re ahead of your goals, … Continue reading Volume 108: Adjusting Goals and Plans After One Quarter

Volume 105: Why So Many Goals Fail

A large portion of the population makes New Year’s Resolutions. Some have to do with weight or health, some have to do with attitudes or language, some are even professional! Unfortunately, a sizeable group has already abandoned their goals. Yes, less than three weeks in, and many people have already long forgotten about the resolutions … Continue reading Volume 105: Why So Many Goals Fail