Opportunities and activities abound. Everyone is ready to occupy our time with this or that. In my studies of success and high performers, a common thread has emerged. Learning to say “no” is a significant contribution to their long-term success. Saying no is difficult. We naturally d
If you were to consider a valuation of your personal stock, would you be excited? Has your personal stock value increased in the last year or has it been flat? Maybe you lost a job or went through a divorce that has your personal stock at an all time low. If you are familiar with the stock mar
Recently, I quit a professional group that I had been a part of for several years. In this professional group, I had built intimate relationships with fellow members. The perceived social pressure to continue with this group can be significant. I dreaded the decision. What would my group mat
My father battled depression for many years. This drug, that drug, this therapy, and that therapy. He struggled as his enthusiasm toward life became non-existent. He was excited about nothing
Do you want to be excellent? Do you choose to be average? The difference between excellence and average is surprisingly small. You can close the gap by being more intentional in just a couple of areas in your life. The first area is mindset. We choose average because it is the path of least
How do you feel after you watch the news? Do you feel empowered? Are you excited and enthusiastic about the world you live in? Or are you discouraged, concerned, and worried about the future?
Today’s news has a singular purpose and it is not to educate you. They want you hooke