Archive for May, 2016

What if everything happens for your benefit?

What if everything is perfect, as it should be, and for your benefit? What if everything that happens, everything that has happened, and everything that will happen is exactly what had to happen, is happening and needs to happen for your benefit?

Now I’m not asking you to... Read More ➝

Listening: Your pathway to enlightenment

In last week’s blog post, I stated that there’s a distinction between being smart and being enlightened. Being smart will get you so far in life and in business. Being enlightened is necessary to get you the rest of the way.

What does it mean to be enlightened? It means you understand, first, how life works, then you understand how... Read More ➝

Is it better to be smart or enlightened?

One of the things I notice in the many organizations I work with is that I run into a lot of really smart people. While I guess there’s no harm in being smart, in fact, it may be a good thing, it often presents an interesting challenge. So if you consider yourself to be smart, read on.

Here’s the problem... Read More ➝

The fine art of goal setting

I’m going to assume, for the purpose of this conversation, that you set goals, whether they be weekly, monthly, yearly or long-term. My first question is: are your goals means goals or end goals? Examples of means goals are: make 5 sales calls, sell 6 widgets, get a promotion, buy a new car, buy a new home, sales of... Read More ➝

Are you enjoying the run for the White House?

I don't know about you but I'm finding the present race to become the next president of the United States to be both fascinating and disturbing. The fascinating part is the degree to which what would be considered to be the traditional types that run for office have fallen by the wayside. On the Republican side in particular,... Read More ➝

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