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Leadership Clarity

You own an American football team. Your team has 11 players on the field on both offense and defense. It’s value is about $1 billion, but it could be more. Here’s why it’s not; Your team is in disarray: Only 4 of 11 players know which goal is theirs Only 2 of 11 care Only 2 of 11 know what position they play and what Read More...

Preface to Life Mastery: The Fully Functional Life!

Life takes on a journey. Some attempt to precisely plan their journey. Some well-meaning parents have a plan for every step of their child’s life, as if they’re able to see the future. Many others leave their child’s future to just happen as it will. Of course, those are the extremes and there are many variations in-between. One thing we know for absolute surety and Read More...

Managing Your Mind Through Facilitated Neuroplasticity

When you think back to Napoleon Hill, William James, Dale Carnegie and, in more recent times, Zig Ziglar, Wes Brown, Jim Rohn, and Tony Robbins; What were (and are) they trying to do? Robbins consistently speaks of changing your “State”, the way you are thinking and feeling. Viktor Frankl said, “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human Read More...

The Voice in Your Head

Have you ever experienced that “voice” in your head? Everyone has. Many have wondered; Whose voice is it and why does it seem to nag us with mostly negative suggestions? Let’s look into the human mind to discover the answer as it can dramatically change your life! Consciousness What “Consciousness” is has been debated for centuries and we still don’t have a definitive answer to Read More...

Low Performers: Punishment or Support?

When you manage or lead people, you know to expect that things won’t always be sunshine and roses. Your role requires you to lead, motivate, and inspire to get the results your company wants. Your role also requires you to be involved when people aren’t performing well. In my experience, most managers and leaders have been taught to enforce consequences upon low or non-performing people. Read More...

Leading Into the Unknown – Part I

It seems the world is spinning at an ever faster rate each day. And, for the business executive, it’s speeding up exponentially. What are the imperatives for a business executive to grow and thrive? Be authentic – Being confident in who you are, the vision of your organization’s future, and sharing that with clarity to your organization is important during times of change. When people Read More...

Results: Next Generation Methodologies

I’d like you to remember a time when a boss told you what to do. They gave you a command, a directive. This person told you what they wanted, when they wanted it by, and how to do it in detail. And, this person told you that if you didn’t accomplish the order by the time they wanted it and in the way they wanted Read More...

Is the Fear of Public Speaking Ruining Your Career?

French philosopher Jean de la Bruyere said, “There are certain things in which mediocrity is not to be endured; such as poetry, music, painting, and public speaking”. Would you agree? Sitting through a poor presentation, whether in a large convention or in a small office setting, can be agonizing! If you’re in a leadership position and desire to influence others, the impact is dramatic! How Read More...

Gates, Zuckerberg, the future of Jobs, and EQ

MSN Money published an article on May 28, 2017 that shared insights from Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg during speeches where their messages were quite alarming about the future of employment. Zuckerberg’s comments came from a commencement speech where he told the crowd, “Our generation will have to deal with tens of millions of jobs replaced by automation like self-driving cars and trucks. When our Read More...

You Have 90 Seconds to Become Emotionally Intelligent

Is it just me, or is there a surge in articles and posts in the media about Emotional Intelligence (EQ)?  My LinkedIn newsfeed seems to have more information on EQ than ever before.  It could be that some of my LI connections are deeply involved with EQ, such as Debbie Muno, Jeff Summers, Elizabeth Lions, and Deiric McCann.  Whatever the reason, I believe developing EQ is an important part Read More...