I'm here to talk about my NEW favorite 4-letter word. This one packs a PUNCH. I've seen strong men and women start shaking in their boots at the thought of using this word. Yup. It's powerful.
Something to think about on this Monday morning as we start a new week. How far below our potential are we currently playing? Take for example your agenda from last week and what was accomplished.
We often know what we should be doing, it's the lack of action that halts our progress. What good, however, is a ton of useful information that goes unused? Time to roll up those sleeves and get to work future Luckie, your luck depends on it! If good luck doesn't find us, we must go out and find it.
You show the world one person, but know there is a different one within, waiting to come out and be seen. You are ready to become this person, your true self, and are wondering how to do so. Here you will find seven ways to help you identify your true self and help you make the transition to become and live as your true self easier.
Elon Musk is disrupting things. Again. With his announcement of the Powerwall battery, in a TED-like presentation, Elon challenged us to be diff...
I've spent my entire career helping high performers set up better strategies and habits to keep them energized, engaged and achieving their best. And the biggest secret I've learned in almost 20 years in this field is what I call "trigger moments."
As 2015 marks my 15th year anniversary in business, allow me to share with you the main highlight of my career: transitioning from corporate to entrepreneur. What a jump!
Recently, I had the pleasure to interview Sir Ranulph Fiennes - the world's greatest living explorer - for Spartan Up! The Podcast. Fiennes has an arsenal of backbreaking, boundary-pushing, life-risking, hard to believe stories; the type that transport you right to the very places he triumphed over.
We salute your courage to bridge the stereotypes with non-conventional ideas and as you continue to do so, we hope that you are rejuvenated by those who hold you near and dear on this special day!
"My career just hasn't gone the way I wanted it to," a friend just told me over lunch. He quickly followed up with "but everything seems to be working for you." He didn't say it to be snide or even envious, just as I don't recount that conversation now to be boastful. He was just stating what was, to him, a fact. I hear it a lot.
Your fears are uniquely yours and yours alone (I'm not sure if that's good news or bad) and there are thousands of possibilities of what you might be afraid of. I've taken some of the fears that I hear discussed by young women most frequently and have explored them in this post.
Most of my life I believed that if I went after a creative career I would struggle financially. It was deeply ingrained in my belief system. I would think about phrases like "poor starving artist" and "feast and famine are part of an artist's life."
Work on yourself to be the person of your dreams first. Everything else you desire will find its own way to you. That's the law of attraction right there.
We all want to be our best, but not just during short bursts or when we need to be at our "peak." We want to live and maintain our full potential,...
How does one achieve impossible dreams? I'm about to share with you some secrets. Take heed for these were shared with me by someone who has achie...
When uncertain or afraid, how do we free ourselves from delay, make good decisions, and take decisive action? Three strategies... 1. Make decisions...
I've often asked rooms full of big-time CEOs to list the top five defining moments responsible for their great successes. Inevitably, great failures are on their lists -- often occupying more than one spot.
I recently gave a talk where I asked a group of parents, "What do the following four men have in common?"
If your career or your personal life is not going exactly the the way you want, you possibly are coming down with a bad case of Excusitis (pronounced: Excuse-itis). Symptoms of excusitis include: the Monday blues, humpday happiness, stinkin' thinkin' and negative Nancy behavior.
I've written several times in the past about the qualities and elements that successful people share, but I think perhaps the most important is their ability to get past excuses.