"Someday" Never Comes!

Posted August 3, 2011

There’s something empowering about the phrase “I’ll do it today!” Sounds so much better than “I’ll do it later” or “I’ll get to it tomorrow” Quite frankly, it’s way more empowering than “I’ll do that someday” “Later” seems to carry over into “tomorrow”! “Tomorrow” easily turns into “next week” and eventually . . . “Someday” … continue reading »

Victoria’s Change Of Priorities

Posted July 18, 2011

You know its funny, as a group manager of a Linkedin group, I get numerous emails each day whenever my moderators approve a discussion. I give each discussion a quick double check and get back to my busy day. Today was a little different  because the discussion came from someone who just experienced a loss … continue reading »

Digging The Ditch Digger’s Disposition

Posted June 2, 2011

I hope you don’t mind me stepping away from my “All Knowing Uncle Paul” persona for a moment (did anyone else hear trumpets when I said that?) but I think its important that you know where I’ve struggled in my life and grab a lesson at my expense. There was a time in my life … continue reading »

What’s Your Value When You Fail?

Posted April 28, 2011

In this week’s 2 minute tip I share with you a great way of understanding your worth as human being . . . even when you aren’t quite feeling it! Podcast Powered By Podbean Download this episode (right click and save) To learn more about how you can hire Paul Castain as your coach . . … continue reading »

Surrender . . . Or Grow?

Posted March 30, 2011

This is the kind of post that you write and feel like a wuss the whole time but things need to be said and perhaps a lesson can be learned. Back in December, I mentioned that “someone very close to me” was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. I mentioned how lucky she was to have found … continue reading »

Behind The Millionaire's Mask . . .

Posted January 13, 2011

A few years back, I facilitated a leadership retreat for a group of executives at this awesome lodge they rented from a very wealthy man. I could go on and on telling you about all the details of his beautiful 12,000 square foot home, but something else struck me. There were pictures all over his … continue reading »

Rethinking The Lemons To Lemonade Thing

Posted October 24, 2010

There’s nothing worse than getting a groin kick from life and then having someone regurgitate some positive thinking cliché ad nauseam. You know: “You gotta make the most of it” “Somebody has a case of the ‘Mondays’” Note: I hope nobody actually says that but wasn’t that a cool scene in Office Space? “You have … continue reading »

Rushing Passed "Human"!

Posted October 22, 2010

A few weeks ago I found myself rushing to catch a train to New York City. The funny part was that I was not only early, I now found myself rushing to catch the earlier train. All so I could get to the city even earlier . . . to wait to meet a friend … continue reading »

Painting Your Weekend Masterpiece

Posted June 26, 2010

Sometimes its hard to notice things when we are racing, conquering, surviving and running on what may resemble a glorified treadmill. Its one thing to miss business opportunities because of that but its unacceptable when our life is held ransom in that process. Today’s message is simple: Enjoy your life . . . all of … continue reading »

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