In part two of our WOW Beginnings series, here’s a lesson I want to share with you: Go back to being a bit naïve.
Just as Brian Wong, whom I interviewed on the December CD of SUCCESS magazine, said it,
“Be willing to ask questions and be naïve.”
You see, I think the older—and seemingly wiser and more experienced we become—the more we THINK we need to know the answers to questions and problems. Read More
Today and here in the U.S. we celebrate Veterans day, a day to honor those courageous souls who put their life on the lines in order to protect their country.
Veterans serve not only as a shining example of bravery, but also of inspiration, which I want to address in this week’s post.
In a culture that is obsessed with measuring talent and ability, we often overlook the importance of inspiration. Read More
Do you feel restless or dissatisfied with life? Do you seek a certain paradise… The life of your imagination, dreams and childhood fantasies?
Let me see if I can help you find your paradise.
Just the other day, I was talking to a friend of mine, Rachel. Ask anyone and they’ll tell you Rachel has the perfect life. Read More
Innovation doesn’t always have to be a new, novel, big or revolutionary idea.
To me innovation is as simple as looking at any existing product, service, problem or process and determining if there is a better way.
Additionally, innovation doesn’t necessarily require some creative epiphany or even originality. It can simply be transferring existing ideas, procedures, or technologies that have already be proven useful elsewhere and applying them to your industry, company, life or to your particular situation. Read More
In the inaugural Ask Me Anything blog post I reached out to you, offering to answer your questions on how I could provide further mentoring toward your personal development and growth.
Today, I will address three of the questions.
The first question comes from Jeanine Morton, who asked:
Q: What piece of advice can you give to business owners seeking balance? Read More