Problems Suck Let’s not play ridiculous word games about problems really being opportunities in disguise. That’s B.S. and we all know it. Problems suck. They suck a lot. Big problems suck a WHOLE lot. However Let’s Be Grateful Despite the misery of problems, we should be grateful they exist (no, I’m not back to word … Continue reading Problems Suck. Here’s How To Deal With Them
The Most Miserable Trip Of My Life Many years ago, I jumped at an opportunity to take a trip with my brother on his sailboat. I thought it would be fun-ride the waves, drink some margaritas, etc. Good times right? It turned out to be a horrible decision. My brother had just learned to navigate … Continue reading How To Create A Better Career With One Decision
Everyone Is Tempted To Settle Settle for “good enough”. You read all the books on success and, you followed blogs that celebrate those who push through adversity to attain their career or business goals. However, what those articles and books don’t talk about is that after the enthusiasm wears off the long slow grind begins. … Continue reading Settling Is Never The Answer
What’s The Secret To Building Courage? What is the secret to having the ability to try almost anything (that will not kill or harm you), or to charge head long into any opportunity without fear? Inside Each Of Us Are Two Wolves Battling For Control In his book “The Way Of The SEAL” former special … Continue reading Courage: Which Wolf Do you Feed?
You Are Committed To Your Goals You read all the books on to accomplish your goals. You follow blogs that celebrate the joys of success. Most Important, you are committed to accomplishing your goals. Success Don’t Come Easy However, what those articles and books don’t talk about is that after the enthusiasm wears off the … Continue reading How To Make Sure You Accomplish Whatever You Want In Life
Committed To Dream James Meredith, a bright young man, had commitment-to get a college education. So he sent his application to the University of Mississippi. The school rejected him. Not for academic reasons, but because he was the wrong color. Refusing To Take No For An Answer The year was 1961, the height of segregation in the southern … Continue reading How To Be Committed