Free to Focus? Hard to Do.

It's completely like climbing the hill in the picture above. Getting our most important things done seems insurmountable and impossible at times to do with all the competing priorities that are in front of us from work, friends/family, and loved ones. More products, more speed, more stress and we're trying to fit it all into... Continue Reading →

Be Real, the Best Thing You Can Be

Photo by Fox on Pexels.com One of my triggers would have to be when I hear, "He/She is a natural born leader." New flash, they're not born that way. Everyone at one point or another has had to learn how to be the incredible leader they are recognized for. They were not born that way... Continue Reading →

You Own Your Development

Want that light at the end of the tunnel? The next big win? The next leap in performance? Your own self-development is the key. You need to favor practice and habit learning as your top developmental work to start. You won't self-develop with out a system in place that gets you there. Micro-routines. We have... Continue Reading →

Sports On the Brain

I've been in sports since I knew I could be pretty good in sports. But, never knew why it was something I wanted to be in. I've played golf, soccer, basketball, track and field, and finally just long distance running. I also like to watch sports. Specially any kind of playoff game where two teams... Continue Reading →

Irrational Fears

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past, I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will... Continue Reading →

The Right Thing

"Don't do it because it's the right thing. Do it because it's the right thing to do." - Dov SeidmanDo this or do that, because. How many times I just did something because I was told or believed it's just the right thing. Not realizing that the more powerful approach in my work or life... Continue Reading →

Self-Blindness

One of the biggest skills you can work on and keep fresh is self-awareness. It's a component that makes empathy and compassion easier to lead with. It tempers reactive behaviors. It also makes you a natural stand out amongst peers who lack self-awareness or emotional intelligence. Building a community or team with this skill is... Continue Reading →

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