How To Fortify Your Rejection Body Armor

Posted May 7, 2018

There was an interesting study conducted by Nancy Rothbard from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Steffanie Wilk from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University. They studied customer service representatives working in an insurance company’s call center. Here’s how Nancy Rothbard describes the findings; “In our study, “Waking Up On The Right Or … continue reading »

Have You Entered The SNIOP Zone?

Posted April 30, 2012

In order to embrace today’s post you have to know what a “SNIOP” is! According to Zig Ziglar, a SNIOP is a person who is Subject to the Negative Influence of Other People! Things like . . . Letting others rain on your parade or Steal your joy or Gun down your ideas and the … continue reading »

Misunderstanding The Good Attitude Thing!

Posted February 9, 2012

I truly believe that lots of people misunderstand and even put too much emphasis on the importance of a good attitude. For example, many people define a good attitude as simply being a positive thinker but isn’t that only part of this good attitude thing? For example, for me to succeed shouldn’t I also have … continue reading »

Your Reminders Of Excellence

Posted November 14, 2011

Did you hear the one about the person who was so busy, they didn’t have time to think? The punch line is that sadly there isn’t a punch line . . . its you! The statement isn’t 100% true because you and I actually think quite a bit (60,000 – 90,000 thoughts a day) The … continue reading »

My Unanswered Prayer!

Posted October 30, 2011

It was somewhere back in a far away time known as “1986” that I sat listening to the “Slippery When Wet” album. I remember sitting with my guitar and imagining my band and I playing Madison Square Garden. I could see them and hear their applause so vividly. I practiced somewhere around 6 hours a … continue reading »

The Problem With Challenges

Posted October 29, 2011

I suppose I could give you the old “glass half full” sermon today with regard to life’s challenging moments . . . but I won’t. Today, I’m going to call it like I see it and tell you what truly sucks about our challenges! They distract us from all the other things that we are … continue reading »

6 Questions For A Better Week!

Posted October 22, 2011

In this week’s podcast we explore 6 questions that can and will dramatically increase your results . . . if you’re willing to do two things . . . 1) Actually ask these questions of yourself before “game time” on Monday. 2) You stick around long enough to answer your own questions I triple dog … continue reading »

Defying The Odds!

Posted October 19, 2011

There’s a time in each of our lives when we question the road we have chosen. Logic and reason arrive as uninvited guests, unsolicited advice pulls us over in a speed trap and that damn inner voice sneaks up on us in the rear view mirror trying to catch us at the next rest stop! … continue reading »

One Man's Journey To The Brink!

Posted October 7, 2011

There are parts of my story that I have openly shared and there are parts, that I choose to keep buried away for safe keeping. I’m not sure what compelled me to write this, but I’ve learned that when the feeling is there, I need to go with it. As many of you know, I … continue reading »

The Finality Of Failure . . .

Posted October 4, 2011

The Finality Of Failure . . . Is a career limiting misunderstanding. There is no finality to failure. Failure often gives us a needed tap on the shoulder  and . . . Failure can present a path that previously flew under our radar Failure often serves up lessons that prove more valuable in the long … continue reading »

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