Clayton Christensen, a man wearing many hats including professor, author, entrepreneur, missionary, husband, and father made this very bold statement in his essay "How Will You Measure Your Life?" If you study the root causes of business disasters , over and over you'll find this predisposition toward endeavors that offer immediate gratification. If you look at … Continue reading If You Don’t Keep Focusing on This, You Won’t Get Results
Has anyone ever asked you that question? I mean really? Would it be okay if life got easier? It sounds preposterous doesn’t it? Life is supposed to be a struggle. If anything comes too easily we look at it sideways with much suspicion. What’s the catch? Where’s the hidden camera? I’m being punked right now … Continue reading Would it be Okay if Life Got Easier?
It starts early on in life. I don't feel like... doing my homework cleaning my room making up my bed exercising going to church doing the dishes studying writing that book report Even if we have a huge goal in front of us, something we really want - like REALLY REALLY 🙂 - we still … Continue reading Pushing Past “I don’t feel like…”
I've always described myself as "the nervous type." Whenever I had to perform (I'm a guitarist) it would take me a while before I settled into playing "normal" that is without the wooden feel of my right hand and the shaky, unsteady fingers on my left. I remember asking my sister, who performs regularly to … Continue reading Nervousness and my Squiggly Signature
The short answer is “Yes” but it depends on other elements in the success equation. Let’s kick off with a couple definitions of success. Napoleon Hill defined it like this "SUCCESS is the attainment of your DEFINITE CHIEF AIM without violating the rights of other people." Earl Nightingale laid it out like this “SUCCESS is … Continue reading Can you be Successful without being Exhausted?
“YOU possess a kind of inner force that seeks to guide you toward your Life’s Task — what you are meant to accomplish in the time that you have to live. In childhood this force was clear to you. It directed you toward activities and subjects that fit your natural inclinations — that sparked a … Continue reading Snap Out of Auto-Pilot – Re-Enter Your Business
Published in the Business Newsday May 24th 2012 As the business owner or leader of your team what is your most important job and focus? I want you to think about this question carefully because in it is the answer as to why the changes you want to see aren’t sticking. Sure any change that … Continue reading Why Do Change Initiatives Flop Far More Often Than They Fly?
Wouldn’t it be easier if you were just told what you should do to grow your business, make more profit, and get out of the red into the blackness of wealth? But it’s never that easy, although we spend an inordinate amount of energy in search of the guru who would save us time and … Continue reading Get off the Fence if you want your Business to Grow!