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Undeniable Ways To Lead And Achieve Success

Undeniable Ways To Lead And Achieve Success

Great leaders learn to lead both themselves and others. They create more leaders, not followers. They clearly communicate their vision and align themselves with those whose individual purpose match that of their organizations. The most successful leaders are unapologetically passionate about what they do and know how to combine purpose, talents and effort to drive themselves and their team towards ultimate success; […]

The Hard Truth About Mastering Any Skill

The Hard Truth About Mastering Any Skill

Like all skills that don’t come naturally, practice makes perfect. The key to building anything right is repetition. Mastery does not require you to be perfect, but it does require you to pursue perfection. You can’t “smartcut” your way to mastery. But you can work your way to the top. Excellence is borne not of […]

7 Underrated Job Skills That Will Get You a Raise

7 Underrated Job Skills That Will Get You a Raise

Hard work, negotiating prowess, teamwork: These are on every list of job skills that can help you get a raise. Hence, every one of your co-workers — the ones competing for that promotion you want — know about them, too. But there are many other, lesser-known and vastly underrated key skills that could help you […]

6 Ways to Help Your Kid Start a Business and Learn About Life

6 Ways to Help Your Kid Start a Business and Learn About Life

Don’t want your child to spend the summer watching TV, playing video games or complaining that there’s nothing to do? A summer business can be a fun way to encourage creativity and confidence. These business ventures aren’t really about making money. In fact, if extra income is the priority for the summer, a job is the […]

The Power of Saying ‘No’

The Power of Saying ‘No’

As entrepreneurs we hear “no” on a regular basis. It’s almost like it’s part of the job description. To try and counteract some of that negativity, we say yes — a lot. Being on the receiving end of a no can be brutal, but saying yes to everything isn’t going to make up for that. […]

Which Will Make You Happiest – A Job Or A Calling?

Which Will Make You Happiest – A Job Or A Calling?

Knowing what you authentically want and need is essential to building a happy, fulfilling life. But thousands of professionals I’ve worked with over the past 11 years dream they want one thing, when in reality, having that thing would make them miserable. I teach about the concept of a “calling” vs. a job, and how […]

Mastering The Difficult Art Of Letting Go

Mastering The Difficult Art Of Letting Go

The noted French author, François de La Rochefoucauld so appropriately said: “The only thing constant in life is change.” Quite often we come to points in our lives that halt us—where our career does not satisfy us, life emotionally challenges us, or we realize that certain people we spend time with do not align with […]

6 Reasons Learning Tech Skills Was Better Than Going to Grad School

6 Reasons Learning Tech Skills Was Better Than Going to Grad School

Not going to grad school was the best decision I ever made. Right before and following college graduation, I was dead set on going to graduate school. I knew I wanted to work in economic development. And most of my dream jobs required graduate school. But as I was studying for the GRE, poring over […]

Top 10 Reasons Kids Should Become Junior Golfers

Top 10 Reasons Kids Should Become Junior Golfers

1. Wellness for life: With the youth obesity epidemic in our country, golf is a sport that helps young people get off the couch. When you play golf, walking the golf course and carrying your bag, a 150-pound person burns 350 calories and walks more than 10,000 steps. 2. Spend time with family: Golf is a […]

The Protocol of Leadership

Has it ever occurred to you that great leaders or people of leadership status have one unique thing in common, that is a sense of responsibility and positive impact? It is not by mistake when you hear the statement “Some were born to be leaders”, this is in fact quite a visibly true statement. A […]

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