I am often asked who was my favorite interview of all time.
And to this day it still stands as Louis Zamperini.
It is with great sorrow and a heavy heart to say that the war hero and former olympian passed away on Wednesday at the age of 97:
In honor of what we celebrate here in the US tomorrow, Zamperini is a great symbol of the fight for freedom in our country. Read More
In last week’s post I shared the story of how Oprah was able to transform her knockdowns and great obstacles into a great strength, developing great empathy for people and becoming a beacon of hope for thousands who have come into contact with her.
This week I will continue our theme of POW and what to do to get back up when life knocks you down. Read More
What do you do when you get knocked down?
And you will.
This is LIFE we are talking about.
It is not always blue skies, sunshine and smiling people waving to you from either side of the street. Sometimes it rains, sometimes it even storms and sometimes it even comes with the added drama (and potential pain) of lightning and thunder. Read More
In last week’s Q and A Part 1 post, I went over the importance of personal development and my own personal plan for developing my skills.
This week, I will expand on the theme of personal development and share another video on the topic of fostering a culture of personal development.
The summary transcript of the video is provided below as well. Read More
Refueling the jets… Learning to Value Time Off
How does America regain its supremacy in the productive world?
How do YOU improve your personal productivity?
ANSWER: Go on vacation.
438 million. That is the number of vacation days Americans failed to take in 2007, according to Harris Interactive research group—more than any other industrialized nation.
Here is the result: America ranks No. Read More