Mindset to Thrive Summit is on this week! (FREE PASS)

The highly valuable free summit I told you about last week starts TODAY and runs every day this week through Friday the 7th. Each day you can watch six recorded video interviews from our group of 30 influential speakers (check whose who through the link), who reveal how they made the shift from limited assumptions… Read More

Announcement: The 2021 Foundation for Self-Discovery is starting this month!

In emergency management, the first few minutes of a situation can determine how the rest of the event will unfold. You can apply that same philosophy to the start of any new year. We tend to look at opening a new calendar as a symbol for taking a fresh start or a reset to get… Read More

What would be the Greatest Gift to give Yourself?

Could you imagine that before May 6th, 1954, no other athlete in the world had ever run a mile under four minutes? No one. No one that is until Roger Bannister. On May 6th, 1954, the record was finally broken. The running time for his mile was 3 minutes and 59.4 seconds! If your thinking… Read More

Is The Customer Still Always Right?

(This post was originally published on LinkedIn. To view the original, click here) I will get right to the point – NO! Now I guess you would like to know why, so keep reading and please disagree with me too. I love to hear other points of view on the subject. Why am I fueled… Read More

What’s Wrong with David? Four Possible Steps to Help

David shuffled around in an non-purposefulness manner. Going from task to task, head down and shoulders slumped over. He acted a lot slower than normal, didn’t smile as much today and was certainly not engaged in his work. “Hey, David how’s it going?” “Crappy,” he said a low tone of voice. “I have a hangover.”

Five Simple Steps for Better Conversations

“Everybody’s Talkin‘” is a song written and recorded by singer-songwriter Fred Neil in 1966. One of my favorite renditions is by Harry Nilsson. The first line goes like this: “Everybody’s is talkin’ at me, I can’t hear a word they are saying. Only the echoes of my mind…” Reminds me so much of what I… Read More

What do you do when the score is 12 – 3 for the other team?

What do you do when the score is 12 – 3 for the other team and there is still a period to play? Just got back from watching a G-kid play in his Pee-wee hockey game. To say it was a little lopsided is a bit of an understatement. They were outskated, outplayed and that… Read More

Because you are human – you will fail.

One night at Toastmasters a member presented a reading of a commencement address that was dated back to 1983. After listening to her passionate presentation, I felt that the words while very significant, not only for the time period to which it was written, but for today too. Ursula K. Le Guinness addresses the graduation… Read More

Your Passionate

Driving down the highway towards our next destination, my eyes were on the road and my ears were concentrating on the anticipated voice from the GPS announcing our next exit. It was a little surprise when my wife in a calm voice said to me, “Your passionate.” I thought it was rather strange for this… Read More