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 ➝
Business leadership; goals
Would you like to double/triple your income in 2016?
Would you like to increase your sales/your profits?
Do you want a better position or a new career?
What about the relationship of your dreams?
Greater peace of mind? Happiness & joy?
More overall success?
One of the most exciting things I’ve done in... Read More ➝
There’s a great story in Alice in Wonderland. Alice is going down the yellow brick road when she comes to an intersection. Sitting at the intersection is the Cheshire cat. Alice asks: “which way?” The cat responds: “where are you going?” Alice says: “I don’t know.” Whereupon the cat says: “Well then, it doesn’t matter!”
So first, planning has... Read More ➝
It occurs to me that if everyone on this planet of ours understood how to use their ability to create and manifest, what a different world we would have. Having said that, let’s talk about our ability to create and manifest.
Whether you’re a student of quantum physics, the law of attraction, Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill... Read More ➝
In my blog posted 9/6/12, I talked about Stepping up to the Plate, looking at what’s working and not working for you in your personal and/or professional life, AND taking responsibility for all of it. Well, what did you discover? What do you want to do about it between now and the end of the year?
A common discovery... Read More ➝
The 2012 London Olympics that start this week bring up several questions of interest to business executives. What do these talented athletes do to be so successful, to win those medals? What tools and strategies do they use? How can this be applied to being a success as a business leader or in whatever life area you choose?