Archive for 2014

In order to be at peace this year, try on this view of forgiveness

In my last post, I described a very powerful exercise which will allow you to be “complete” with anything or anyone in your life. You could use the process to complete a relationship, a job, a year, a month or a day. The example I gave was to show you how to use it to complete a year.

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The freedom of being complete

As we approach the end of the year, we request that you use the following approach to be complete with the past, wipe the slate clean, and prepare yourself for a loving, joyous, and prosperous 2015. Don’t think about doing it. Just do it. You won’t be sorry and you’ll be pretty happy when it’s done.

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It’s time to give thanks

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.

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If you don’t choose love, you get fear by default

It’s been an exciting 7 days. Last week I gave a talk to about 300 people at the annual convention of the International Association of Drilling Contractors in New Orleans, LA and this week I gave a talk to about 16 business owners at a Vistage chief executives meeting. In both cases, the response was extremely positive. I believe... Read More ➝

Learn to ask empowering questions

I just returned from a five day retreat with an amazing woman named Niurka where we were plunged into the world of NLP. What fascinated me most about what we studied was how consistent the practices of NLP are with the Unshackled Leadership philosophy. In many cases, however, the conversations we had gave me an even deeper... Read More ➝

More on NLP

One of the presuppositions of NLP is that we experience reality through our senses which NLP calls modalities. Our neurological system translates the information gathered from our senses and turns it into an internal representation. Internal representations are the pictures, sounds and feelings that we create within our own mind and these internal representations come together to form our... Read More ➝

The study of NLP

NLP, which stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming, is a study of human behavior and excellence. It is a modeling technology which distinguishes the difference that makes the difference between genius and average performers in a particular field. What I’m finding exciting about being in the study of NLP is the guiding principles upon which it is built that form... Read More ➝

Redefining the Role of a Leader

I just returned from Washington, DC, where I had the extraordinary opportunity to participate as a speaker at the CoreNet Global Summit which was held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. For those of you unfamiliar with CoreNet Global, it is the organization that represents people involved in corporate real estate. Who comes to the... Read More ➝

An enlightened approach to marketing and sales

One of the changes that would make such a difference in shifting our world from a fear/scarcity culture to a love/abundance culture would be a transformation of the way we view marketing and sales. Right now, in what I assure you is indeed a fear/scarcity culture, marketing is all about trying to convince people to buy things... Read More ➝

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