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Have you ever stopped to think about how the body has been created or formed? Two eyes, two ears, two arms, two legs – with most other significant parts of the body (e.g. nose, organs, etc.) placed in the middle. It helps the body to balance – imagine if our bodies...read more
On September 11th, 2001, I lost a lot of friends in the horrendous terrorist attack on the World Trade Center buildings in New York City. It was a tough time to conquer for those who knew individuals lost, the families affected, and a nation grieving the tragedy. It...read more
I’m often asked when I’m invited for interviews or podcasts how I got to where I am today. Like all of us, there are a number of driving factors and influences that guide us throughout our lives. However, I frequently think of my father, who was a professor of...read more
Early on in my career, as I looked up to the executives and people I admired, I found myself asking, “what is it about these individuals that I admire so much?” What I came to conclude, and what became the birth of what I do today, is there was something I couldn’t...read more
I’ve previously addressed the keys to achieving success and having a mindset of success. When it comes to becoming a successful communicator, there are three fundamental steps to consider. All too often, communication is something that people engage in all day, every...read more
It is so easy to be offended. There are so many reasons each and every day to be offended, irritated, frustrated, perturbed…to be affected by the people, things, and scenarios around us. Our natural tendency is to impulsively respond negatively to a negative...read more
The idea of effective leadership is bound to differ from one individual to another – each basing their description on personal experiences and expectations. However, I’d argue there are ten aspects to being a truly great leader. How do you think you do in each of...read more
Anyone who has had kids or has been around them enough – especially those who are three going on thirteen – will understand the significance of the word “why.” As an adult, you may feel like you know a fair amount of information, attained through years of experience...read more
You’ve heard me essentially say it, your EQ is more important than your IQ. It’s true. Your ability to be aware of not only yourself but those around you is absolutely critical to your success. While one’s intelligence quotient (IQ) can only predict 1-20% of their...read more
What if you every time you interacted with clients you made an effort to truly observe them and how they responded to you? What if instead of focusing on what you are saying, feeling and thinking, you focused on them? The ability to do this is what sets successful...read more