New ways of thinking to boost your outcomes!
Have you lived through a 6.7 magnitude earthquake? A good friend of mine, who lived in Hawaii, once told me what it was like to experience a 6.7 magnitude earthquake. The house started shaking violently. Pictures, vases and dishes crashed to the ground. Initially, he could not figure out what was happening. Then responding with…Read More
What Is Your “Ness”? Have you seen the movie “You Me and Dupree”? It is a crazy story of a friend—Dupree–who comes to live with his recently married buddy Carl and his wife. Dupree has a way of creating chaos everywhere he goes. The story takes all kinds of fun and crazy turns. Ultimately the…Read More
The Question What is the difference between a mediocre and heroic life? Mediocre lives are lived by just surviving each day, by going through the paces without much feeling. Ask the average person what their dominant emotion is, and you will often hear “numb.” Is that an emotion? Not in the traditional sense; however, this…Read More
With the start of each year, we have lofty visions of what we want to accomplish. Statistics show that 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. We are still in January, so there is still time to rescue our resolutions! How can you keep your resolutions going? The answer is “Go Small”. Here is…Read More
What Are You Giving For Christmas: Are You Willing to Give A Deliberate Gift? I could see the tears of regret well up in his eyes as he told me the story of his past eighteen years. My coaching client was a very successful businessman when it came to making money, but by his own…Read More
Gratefulness is the key to a happy life that we hold in our hands, because if we are not grateful, then no matter how much we have we will not be happy — because we will always want to have something else or something more. Brother David Steindl-Rast Gratitude, The Key to Happiness “There is no…Read More
How Happy Are You At Work? Are you happy at work? Odds are you aren’t. A recent study on work stress conducted by Harris Interactive found that 8 of 10 employees are over-stressed by at least one thing at work. Some common stressers include poor work relationships, low pay, and increased workloads. Another study by CNN found that 50%…Read More