In a recent blog, “Change Your Mind, Change Your Life”, Scott talked about how you create your life with your thoughts. When you choose a thought or behavior, whether you do this consciously or not, you choose the consequences. Some examples would be: You choose where to be, what to do, what to believe, what to say, etc. ... Read More ➝
I’m writing this as I watch the Republican National Convention in Tampa Bay, FL. As someone intensely interested in politics, and who has some clear views about what needs to get done and what should get done, I’m surely tempted to express my views at this point. However, I will resist doing that as I trust you to... Read More ➝
In my last post, I wondered how many of you take time for a serious vacation. I stated that it seems to me that so many of us feel so compelled to work that taking at least a couple of weeks off isn’t something we do. If that’s true for you, I highly recommended that you get in... Read More ➝
As a leader, I’m sure you’ve either heard or even said the expression “The Buck Stops Here!” The higher one goes in their career or level of responsibility, the more this is true. In reality, the buck stops here for all of us. We are accountable for our life. We create our own experience. We may not want... Read More ➝
I just returned from my summer vacation, a wonderful cruise up the inside passage of Alaska, from Vancouver to Whittier, and then a couple of days in Denali National Park and it inspires me to write about two things.
First, if you haven’t been to Alaska, put it on your list of someplace to go real soon. It’s my... Read More ➝
In the last few posts, reflecting on what I was hearing at the National Speakers Association’s annual convention, I reminded you that knowing what to do and doing it will never guarantee you’ll be as successful as the one telling you what to do. In fact, you might not be successful at all. The simple reason for this... Read More ➝
In the last two posts, reflecting on what I was hearing at the National Speakers Association’s annual convention, I reminded you that knowing what to do and doing it will never guarantee you will be as successful as the one telling you what to do. In fact, you might not be successful at all. The simple reason for... Read More ➝