Month: March 2016

  • 5 Things that disgust me

    5 Things that disgust me

    I don’t use this word very often, but it is such a powerful word isn’t it? Disgust: as described on google. a feeling of revulsion or profound disapproval aroused by something unpleasant or offensive.  Here is a basic list of things that disgust me: Entitled:  Mark Twain said it best: “The world owes you nothing it […]

  • 3 Things I learned last week…3/7-13/2016

    3 Things I learned last week…3/7-13/2016

    There is always someone better:  Have you ever felt like:  “I got this figured out. I am really good at this.”  Or “I have been doing this for a while, and my results speak for themselves.”   Come on you know what I mean here.  You get arrogant or to say it nicely, you get really […]

  • 3 Things I learned last week…2/29-3/6/2016

    3 Things I learned last week…2/29-3/6/2016

    Making informed decisions: I am sure you have heard the phrase “paralysis by over analysis”.  Which means you are thinking, discussing, and analyzing a decision so much that you haven’t, won’t, or can’t make a decision.  So you are paralyzed, meaning you can’t move on, hence the word paralyzed.  So why do we do this?  I […]

  • Good Training vs. Bad Training; be wise in which one you attend

    Good Training vs. Bad Training; be wise in which one you attend

    As a trainer, speaker and author for many years.  I know what good training is and what bad training is.  I have delivered both of them myself.  I apologize publicly now to those participants.  They probably know who they are.  Also, I know the difference because I have experienced both myself many many times as […]

  • 3 Things I learned last week…2/22-28/2016

    3 Things I learned last week…2/22-28/2016

    There will always be distractions:  I am not sure about you, but for me, it is really easy to find something else to do.  You know what I mean.  On Saturdays, instead of cleaning the house, I have to run errands instead.  On some mornings, instead of reading at least one chapter, I must read […]