November 2013

27.11.2013 Attitude | Fear | Pain

Be Thankful When Life Sucks.

There are times when it’s easy to be thankful. Times when the emotions of special events and warm friendships make you realize that life is better to you than you might have otherwise noticed. In moments like this it is easy to look around the room and count your blessings. It’s what comes naturally. Almost Read More 

26.11.2013 Business | Leadership | Technology

2 Keys To Getting More Done With Technology.

You’re not really planning if you only think about what you what to do and not how you’re going to do it. It’s all too easy for good ideas to go unfulfilled simply because you didn’t have the right tools to keep you organized and to remind you of when you need to get things done. Read More 

25.11.2013 Attitude | Extreme Behavior

Gratitude Isn't All That.

Gratitude isn’t saying “Thank you” when someone has your back. Gratitude isn’t donating your money and time to an important cause. Gratitude isn’t looking someone in the eye and sharing how much you care. Gratitude isn’t going the extra mile because someone did for you first. Gratitude isn’t giving a hand out to those who Read More 

22.11.2013 Attitude | Business | Leadership

Getting Permission Isn't Necessary Any More.

As you were growing up, your parents taught you to ask for permission. Around the dinner table you were told to ask for the person next to you to “pass the salt” instead of lunging across the table for it. Instead of running down the street to play with the new neighbors who just moved Read More 

21.11.2013 Attitude | Business

The Difference One Day Can Make.

A new day can mean fresh life or the end of life. A new day can bring happiness where there used to be only sorrow. A new day can bring riches, rewards, or the consequences of bad behavior and poor decisions. One day can make a big difference. It’s easy to forget that when you’re Read More 

20.11.2013 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior

You're Not Disrupting Anything. You're Interrupting…

The idea of “disruption” has been hijacked by anyone with half a business idea and enough gumption to claim they’re going to change the world. It used to be that disruption demanded knowing more about your industry than anyone else. It used to mean that you studied what was going on, analyzed gaps, researched opportunities Read More