Month: April 2014

  • 11 Personal/Self-Development Tools that can make you money

    11 Personal/Self-Development Tools that can make you money

    There are many tools that could be used on a daily basis that can assist you in your personal and self-development.  Below is a list of the ones that I have found to be the most useful for me.  I have found that investing time and energy in each of the areas below have made […]

  • My Favorite thing to do

    My Favorite thing to do

    This morning I am doing something that is by far my most favorite thing to do.  I am going to sit down and talk to someone about their desires for growth and development.  This person has taken it upon themselves to become more educated on how to grow and develop a career and a life […]

  • 5 (new) Super Short Book Summaries, if you’re interested

    5 (new) Super Short Book Summaries, if you’re interested

    In this day and age, brevity is better.  So in my attempt to share with others and add value to others, here are my super short book summaries for my last five reads. Title:  How to Be Rich (Its not what you have. Its what you do with what you have);   author: Andy Stanley […]

  • Before or After work

    Before or After work

    I have had some what of a revolutionary discovery for my self. Almost three years ago, I decided to start doing my workouts (gym time) in the morning, instead of the evening.  When I did this I also started a more intentional growth plan for myself, that included reading something every day for at least […]

  • What I’m grateful for before 7:00 am

    What I’m grateful for before 7:00 am

    I just finished a book on “How to be Rich”.  This book is not a finance book, it is a book that encourages you to realize how “rich” you already are, and how to live a life full of generosity as well.   The book states that the average income in the United States is […]

  • The Daily Miracle

    The Daily Miracle

    “Philosophers have explained space. They have not explained time. It is the inexplicable raw material of everything. With it, all is possible; without it, nothing. The supply of time is truly a daily miracle, an affair genuinely astonishing when one examines it. You wake up in the morning, and lo! your purse is magically filled […]

  • 5 Super-small book summaries

    5 Super-small book summaries

    Super small summaries of my last five books that I read! Title: Tribes; author: Seth Godin  Find your tribe and cater to them and to only them. All tribes need an influencer, you can be that influencer. #leadership Title:  Crazy Busy (A Mercifully short book about a really Big Problem); author: Kevin Deyoung  We all live a […]

  • It’s going to be a good day…

    It’s going to be a good day…

    Today we wrap up an eight week sales course that I have been the lead instructor for.  It is a really cool day for me, because at the end of this class today I will now be a certified Dale Carnegie Instructor.  What a long road it has been to get here.  I am excited […]

  • A few simple rules…

    A few simple rules…

    I was recently speaking to a person who was new to their company.  This person asked me to advise them on what they can do to grow within the company.  I don’t think I said anything earth shattering to them.  It was really just a few basic rules that worked for me, I have seen […]

  • What Ground Hog Day taught me

    What Ground Hog Day taught me

    Have you ever watched the movie Ground Hog Day? In June 2008, AFI revealed its “Ten top Ten”—the best ten films in ten “classic” American film genres—after polling over 1,500 people from the creative community. Groundhog Day was acknowledged as the eighth best film in the fantasy genre.– Wikipedia.  Culture and society now reference bad situations […]