In my last blog, “Don’t Let “Stuff” Get in Your Way of Success”, I talked about the importance of getting “stuff” or clutter out of your life so you can be more organized and productive, which are keys to being an effective leader.
In Scott Hunter’s most recent blog, “Let Go of All Attachments”, he talks about letting go... Read More ➝
Continuing with the post I started two weeks ago, I said at that time that the more I study and understand the nature of life and business, the more I become convinced that the “formula” for having an amazing life and a truly successful business is really quite simple: Totally release the past, let go of all attachments... Read More ➝
In my way of thinking, Thanksgiving should be one of the most important and most celebrated holidays of the year because if you’re reading this newsletter, you have so much to be thankful for. And, as I will discuss in a moment, being thankful is the key to having a great life and a great company.
But it seems... Read More ➝
Have you ever walked into someone’s office and papers, folders, magazines, and/or books were in piles all over the place? Is that the way your office looks? What kind of effect did that have on your confidence in that person’s ability to lead a project, a team or even a company?
Recently, I heard... Read More ➝
The more I study and understand the nature of life and business, the more I become convinced that the “formula” for having an amazing life and a truly successful business is really quite simple. Hold onto your chair because here it is: Totally release the past, let go of all attachments and judgments, forgive everyone for everything, including... Read More ➝
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Eleanor Roosevelt
Wow, what an impactful statement! I came across this quote in Dr. Phil McGraw’s book, Life Strategies – Doing What Works, Doing What Matters. One of his Ten Laws of Life is: We Teach People How to Treat Us. A common understanding in “training” pets... Read More ➝
I am writing this as one of the last activities I will perform today before heading to my television to watch the election returns. As I think about that, it occurs to me that tomorrow, when all of the results are in, about half the people in the USA will be happy, maybe excited, maybe thrilled, and the... Read More ➝
I’m sure you’ve heard that in case of an airline emergency, you put the oxygen mask on yourself first, then attend to others, such as your child. The reasoning behind this is that you’ve got to take care of yourself first so you can be your best before you can take care of others. Looking at how this... Read More ➝