Month: July 2015

  • Double D’s

    Double D’s

    It’s Thursday and I am sure for most of us the weekend is on our mind.  I can definitely say it is for me, because I am not officially going into the office today, instead I am heading to Nashville for the night to watch a concert of one of my favorite country singers. However, […]

  • 5 daily activities that will get you more sales

    5 daily activities that will get you more sales

    For me to be successful I must have an exact specific plan every single day.  I must know exactly what I plan to accomplish that day.  Many people have to do lists and notes on their iPad or iPhone.  However, a lot of to do lists are things that don’t necessarily move the ball forward […]

  • 5 ways you avoid telling the truth

    5 ways you avoid telling the truth

    Do you ever find yourself responding to others the same way over and over.  Using the same responses to questions people ask you. I have before.  Instead of just admitting, I try to hide my excuse by coming up with a long response using one of the five ways below.  Truth doesn’t need to be […]

  • It’s really not that hard to…

    It’s really not that hard to…

    Throughout life most of us have learned and been told that experience is the end all be all in our careers and in our life.  I agreed and adopted that thinking as well.  However, many years ago my mentor said that experience is nothing, what makes experience valuable is when you reflect on your experiences. […]

  • 5 things I learned at dinner with a best selling author

    5 things I learned at dinner with a best selling author

    Last night, I had the fortunate opportunity to have dinner with a New York Times best-selling author.  This author also attended the same high school that I attended thirty years before I was there.  We had a somewhat similar background and upbringing, at least in the context of mindset and environment, so it was really […]

  • Relentless; book summary

    Relentless; book summary

    In Tim S. Grover’s book Relentless; From Good to Great to Unstoppable, he describes 13 things that make a person relentless. Tim is the personal/physical trainer to some of the most elite athletes. He was the personal trainer for Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade, and Charles Barkley to name a few. He now trains […]

  • Are you Good, Great, or UNSTOPPABLE?

    Are you Good, Great, or UNSTOPPABLE?

    In Tim S Grover’s book Relentless; From Good to Great to Unstoppable, he describes three kinds of people.  In his business he is talking about athletes, primarily NBA players.  But you can take his descriptions and apply them to all areas of life and business. A cooler is Good; A Closer is Great; but a […]

  • How to be UNSTOPPABLE; part 3

    How to be UNSTOPPABLE; part 3

    In this third series I wrap up the remaining actions that Relentless people do.  To see the first two posts of this three-part series click the following links. http://wp.me/p4eY1f-hU http://wp.me/p4eY1f-hW You don’t compete with anyone, you find your opponent’s weakness and attack. Get on my level or get the hell out-of-the-way. When you’re the person […]

  • I don’t hear you!

    I don’t hear you!

    That seems like that may be hard to do… Are you sure you can do that… Why do you want to do that… Do you think that is possible…  What if this happens…  What will you do if this occurs… How will you handle… What makes you so confident… Are you sure that is the […]

  • How to be UNSTOPPABLE; part 2

    How to be UNSTOPPABLE; part 2

    Do you want to be unstoppable? Do you want to be the best? In the first post I described the first 3 characteristics of elite performers and what they do that makes them Relentless and unstoppable. Check out part 1 here: In the second part I continue outlining the 13 things Relentless people do.  These […]