Last week in part 1 of our Hero series, I shared how the greatest leader and hero that you can look up to is in you, right now.
This week I will share the action plan on how to wake up the hero within.
I think it is appropriate to start this post with a quote from the man most remembered for playing maybe the most iconic SUPER hero of all time and then went on to become an extraordinary hero in his own right, Christopher Reeve:
“A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.”
I am committed to helping you realize the hero in you: that admirable, powerful awe-inspiring person you have always wanted to become and have always been capable of becoming, but maybe didn’t know how to bridge the gap between your vision of yourself or the attributes you admire in others and where you are currently. Read More
As a society, we always seem to be searching for a hero. We need someone to look up to. We seek others to inspire, guide and lead us.
In my interview with Simon Sinek, he says, “As social animals, we need and seek leadership. We cannot live without leaders. We are naturally hierarchical. We’re always looking to someone like a child looks to a parent for protection. 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
The June issue of SUCCESS is dedicated to and in honor of change-makers.
Those who do not see the world as it is, but as it could be.
They don’t wish for things to be different; they make things different.
They change things.
They move the world forward.
They make progress happen.
A few years ago I had the chance to ask a billionaire how he achieved the proverbial “B” status. His answer flabbergasted me.
Ever since then I have been trying to master his advice.
Here is a billion dollars’ (or, in his case, two) worth of advice, he said, “Be a quitter.”
Did you just say, “Huh?” Yeah, that’s what I said, too. Read More