Step up and play your game!

What’s the big game you want to start winning? What is that project or venture that you have been putting off? You know the one…it would be life changing if you achieved it.  You may be feeling it could be catastrophic if you were to fail; but, oh my gosh, how cool would it be if you could step on …

SNAP out of it!

Have you ever been caught in what feels like a bad movie and it is stuck on play? Perhaps there is a part of life that isn’t working the way you would like. Maybe it’s your work spiraling out of control with too much to do and what feels like not enough time. It may be a relationship that is …

The “No Excuse” Zone

How would your life be different if you did not have to tolerate any more excuses from yourself or from others? Imagine living an excuse free life. Who would you be? What would you do? What could you achieve? How could you profoundly affect others? It is your choice as to whether you tolerate excuses. So, what is an excuse? …

Getting Back on Track for Success

Success and struggle cannot coexist in your business. It’s one or the other, so pick one. I am going to share with you how to expand your capacity for success while eliminating the struggle. During a recent business summit, I heard some trite remarks like, “We’re not doing too bad, after all, ‘Flat is the new up,’” and “I’m working …

Thinking About Thinking

According to one of Harvard’s Top 10 articles from the last century,“Managing Oneself,” written by the late Peter F. Drucker: “Success in the knowledge economy comes to those who know themselves – their strengths, their values and how they best perform.” Do people really change or is it that people, having been diverted in life, simply remember who they once …

Conquering the Pit

Have you ever had a feeling in the pit of your stomach that something is not right? How about a nagging feeling of discontentment? Do these feelings cause you to experience a lack of sleep, loose your temper easily, always seem on edge, unable to clear your thoughts. Maybe you attribute the root cause of these feelings to a poor …