Elephants, First Steps, and Procrastination

How decision making, elephants, and first steps can help you beat procrastination.
June 3, 2019

  Like fear and doubt, procrastination can occasionally be a good thing. It may just be your subconscious telling you that you need to rethink what you’ve got lined up to do. But most of the time, it’s a negative. It’s just going to cause you to delay doing something that you need to knock… Read more »

The 5-Step Process that Guarantees You Can Become a Great Leader

How the cycle of success gives you the keys to climb the leadership ladder.
April 26, 2019

  There’s a lot written about leadership, and as you’d expect there’s a lot of nonsense written about leadership. That’s because most of the people writing have no real experience with it and are writing from an observer’s standpoint. But let’s look at how leadership really works, and step-by-step how you can become a great… Read more »

How to Keep From Being Shut Down by Stress

5 ways to turn negative energy into positive results.
March 11, 2019

  It seems like it never changes. There’s always way more things that need to be done than we have time to do. Ask any successful person how they’re doing, and they’ll say, “I’m great, but I am busy—it’s been a crazy week.” There are always a lot of meetings, phone calls, wrapping up projects,… Read more »

7 Questions to Ask Other Successful Leaders

Winners learn from winners.
February 25, 2019

  Lazy leaders are bad leaders, and one of their marks is a lack of concern about improving. Great leaders are growing leaders. They know that if they don’t get better, the team cannot continue to grow. In all areas of life, you are either growing or you are dying, and this fact is multiplied… Read more »

6 Communication Secrets of Great Leaders

Learn how the top leaders in the world communicate effectively.
February 5, 2019

  What does it take to be a leader? Leadership encompasses a wide range of skill sets, but of above all, communication is the most important attribute of a great leader. That’s because you’re constantly communicating in order to run an operation. You’re communicating with employees, customers, your peers, and your family. There are times… Read more »

9 Ways Leaders Maintain Their Composure in Difficult Times

How to stay calm and make rational decisions in the most high-pressure situations.
January 22, 2019

  Leaders always have so many people looking up to them. When times get tough, staying composed is more important than ever. Sure—it’s easy to be in charge when things are going well. Anyone can smile, wave, and take credit when spirits are high and everyone is happy. But what happens when things take a… Read more »

12 Tendencies of Successful Leaders

Learn to be a winner without thinking twice about your actions.
January 10, 2019

  Would it surprise you to learn that successful leaders behave differently than most people? They approach their lives differently because they know that winning is so much more fun and rewarding compared to losing that they never want to stop. They want to make it a way of life and have found that “general… Read more »

How the Right Fundamentals Can Change Your Life

You're only going to go as far in life as your fundamentals will take you.
December 11, 2018

  People with weak fundamentals are easily misled. They are inconsistent and can be easily tricked. On the other hand, people with solid fundamentals can easily distinguish between what’s right and what’s wrong. As a result, they are dependable and can stay on track to get important things done. Just like everyone else, throughout my… Read more »

Why People Get Burned Out and How to Prevent It

Learn how to get out of a funk and stay motivated.
December 2, 2018

  At one point or another, all of us feel the effects of burnout. There have been times where I have been guilty of this as well. But sometimes people are suffering from burnout without even realizing it. A lot of times when you’re in a funk, you don’t know what it is. When you don’t… Read more »