Be prepared for adversity by looking it straight in the eye and believing in yourself…no matter how difficult life becomes.
A national sales executive said the following to me yesterday in one of our coaching sessions, “No one is buying… We have been creative and aggressive in terms of finding opportunities. More >
Brian Tracy, a best-selling personal development author, calls the most important and most challenging tasks we need to complete daily our “big frog” tasks. Most people, he writes, choose to focus first on the non important tasks (the little frogs) and save the big frogs for last.
The problem is More >
A financial advisor I work with said the following about his 2012 process goals, “I like to set my goals high because it will get me close to where I need to be. If I tell myself I am going to contact 20 clients a day I know I will More >
Bethany Hamilton wanted to be a professional surfer and she had a good excuse for never doing so. At the age of thirteen, Bethany was attacked by a 14-foot Tiger shark while surfing off Kauai’s North Short. The attack left Bethany with a completely severed left arm. Losing an arm More >
Aspiring entrepreneurs want to make a million dollars a year and simply know their idea will deliver that result; yet, how many are willing to work with the purpose and passion required to generate such wealth? Thousands yearn to change the world, but they back down when the going gets tough. More >
Have you ever stopped to think about why the “New Year’s Resolution” was invented? The truth of the matter is that resolutions are actually a form of justification that we have created to make ourselves feel better about over-doing it with food and drink and under-performing in our career over More >
Jack Canfield refuses to give up or give in. You may even call him relentless. In the fall of 1991, Jack had just co-written a book. Unfortunately, every major publishing house he met with told him that “short stories don’t sell.”
Undeterred, Jack relentlessly focused on the next possible solution. More >
A professional hockey player I work with impressed me recently with what I call the 4 Levels of Accountability. After experiencing several consecutive games during which he felt like his (as well as his team’s) performance was less than the high end of potential, he told me the following:
“I am More >
One question. One simple little question that if answered consistently could be worth millions, not to mention improved happiness and health. Before I give you this powerful question, let me explain why this question will literally change your life. In 2006 after just helping the St Louis Cardinals win their More >
John Wooden grew up a small town boy from Indiana. After working his way up the college basketball coaching ladder he found himself as the head coach at UCLA. Over the next 12 years Coach Wooden would amass ten national championships and reserve his spot as the greatest coach of More >