The Challenge

Going all out in our pursuits as we drive for 2019 expectations we've set for ourselves requires a clean mindset. One in which you can handle the defeats and enjoy the successes as you cross some milestones. Part of our problem as we set out in the new year we cannot forgive nor fully embrace... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette #6

"When it comes to leading people, there is no problem that is unique to you. Ask anyone with experience, and you'll discover they've faced the same issues, the same frustrations. So don't feel sorry for yourself. That's a waste of valuable time. Just make plans to make things different." - Tony PearceThe first one that... Continue Reading →

Profound Happiness?

To keep that happiness that we had as a child is something we would have all wanted to keep or maintain in our current life of today. Somewhere along the way we lost that ideal of what happiness truly is. We somehow decided that external things like our success or wealth had a bigger importance... Continue Reading →

Bouncing Back

If you could live that life free from challenges, would you choose to do so? What would you miss if you had the power to do that? Our hurdles are the best catalysts for us if we only allow them to be. Every obstacle is a chance to learn and should be used to show... Continue Reading →

Courage to Find Our Best Self

What are we afraid of? In context of now, what is the most challenging thing you're dealing with? Have you ever put yourself in front of the most uncomfortable thing possible before? As we put ourselves in front of the uncomfortable if we can build some resilience to get through, it will almost always yield... Continue Reading →

Be Late

Reliant on our devices is calling the kettle black for me. I am just as reliant if not more so than the average person being I use it for everything from personal development to work. My self proclaimed average of late for all my technology usage is just over 4 hours of usage per day,... Continue Reading →

Exhaustive Innovation

"It is more effective to design an environment where you don't need willpower than to rely on willpower to conquer your environment." - James ClearForcing things to happen is not a great thing. We break things that way. You can create a culture and lead a culture that is intentional in innovating. To say I... Continue Reading →

Aggregate Aggression

I wouldn't think that controlled aggression could be put to good use. I thought any type of aggression was bad aggression. We are all prone to it. Some it takes some pushing to get there. Some are passive with it. And, yet others have learned to harness it and put it to good use. It's... Continue Reading →

No Regrets, Ever

Do you have any regrets? We spend at times in our lives keeping a backpack of enormous guilt that we might have left something on the table. Who doesn't want to just make some better decisions to trust their intuition and just swing for the fences? There are parts of us that we need to... Continue Reading →

Paveant, The Ghost

Fear when understood can shape us and sharpen us. It also, if we let it, can be what stands between us and the brilliance of an unlock. Inner fear is one of the most career/personal limiting factors we can face. The ghost of something completely horrible that is going to happen as a consequence of... Continue Reading →

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