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I vaguely remember hearing of Edith Flagg when I was younger as one of America’s best known fashion designers. I thought also she had designed costumes for some Hollywood movies, but maybe she didn’t - I couldn’t find any reference to that in her biographical materials or her obituary. When she first came more fully to my attention, a few years ago, I saw her on Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles where she appeared as Josh Flagg’s grandmother, to whom he was very close. He visited the now-elderly Edith regularly on the show and often asked for her advice for his high-end real estate firm. The banter between them was tender and sweet, but also straightforward. Grandmama Edith would tell it like it is to her grandson, they’d have a laugh, and usually share a good dinner.
Are you keeping drama free as one tool for business success? I think the most bottom line critical skill for us as business owners is keeping your ground no matter what is going on around us or within us. So many times I see clients get completely knocked off their perch by some piece of drama that touches them. It could be a hateful client or a sick kid at home or a team member who acts up. Here's the deal - there will ALWAYS be something.
The truth is that we will always have some type of drama or upsetting situation touching our business or our personal lives. It is not the situation, it is how we react to the situation that frames how one's life and business will go. Keeping drama free and keeping your ground means the difference between taking drama in stride or using it as a big …