16Feb 2021

Execution Blog Series: Part 2 – The Blueprint of Success

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  In my last blog titled, "Part 1 – Creating a Road Map to Your Goals". I put you to work reviewing the last couple of years' goals. I challenged you to figure out which are still relevant. If you didn’t complete that assignment, get a pen and a piece of paper and go back to that blog. As I stated in that blog, from this point forward, it will be less reading what I say and more of you putting pen to paper to get things done. You are about to start moving up! For the rest of you who completed the assignment, let’s get back to work. In this blog, the 2nd in my 3-part series on execution, we will work through the SMART goal [...]

3Feb 2021

Execution Blog Series: Part 1 – Creating a Road Map to Your Goals

By |February 3rd, 2021|Categories: Execution|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

  How many of you made goals in the last year or two that have fallen through the cracks?  I know I have.  Look, one year ago, who would have thought we would be dealing with the deep ramifications of a global pandemic that affects all of our lives.  But, here is the thing. We can’t let it crush us. We need to get to work. Is it the way we assumed? Probably not. But, that can’t get in your way of our future success. Paralysis by analysis is a kiss of death in all aspects of our lives. It’s up to each one of us individually to put that first foot forward again and keep moving, keep producing, keep executing.  We all need to readjust our [...]

13Nov 2020

Confidence Blog Series: Part 3 – The Power of Being a Mentor

By |November 13th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The journey to true confidence is not a solo path.  Being truly confident means you must become a guide for others. Three weeks ago, I started this 3-part series about confidence, giving my personal viewpoint of what it is and isn’t, and advice on how to get it. Remember: confidence may or may not be something that is innate. And, who cares if it isn’t?  It’s your personal responsibility to increase your confidence if deep down you know it’s one of your struggles. No matter what your baseline at birth was.  For many of you, the story may have ended there. Nope! The final piece of true confidence is to become a beacon to assist others to find it within themselves.  Look -- again -- I firmly [...]

30Oct 2020

Confidence Blog Series: Part 2 – Confidence Starts with You

By |October 30th, 2020|Categories: Confidence|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Last week I challenged you to dig deep into your past to remember times when you truly felt confident. If you missed last week's post titled, Part 1 - The Myth of Confidence. Please check it out! Now, a week later, do you feel that exercise changed the way you view yourself and the world? Did you change patterns in your life? Did you move forward with a different air about you?  Chances are, you read my blog, and agreed with everything I said (of course you did. I said it! LOL). But, after reading it, you may have gone about your busy day and continued your current pattern of how you view yourself and your life.      Look I get it, changing your [...]

7Oct 2020

Confidence Blog Series: Part 1 – The Myth of Confidence

By |October 7th, 2020|Categories: Confidence|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

I have received a great deal of amazing feedback about my last blog on being fearless --  or FEARING LESS. So, I’ve decided to take a topic from now on and run with it over the course of a few weeks to really get deep into the meat of things. All the support got my gears grinding- So, I've decided to begin a mini blog series for you all. Each topic I dive into will consist of three parts, at the end of the series you all will be a part of a bigger picture --  a virtual workshop where I talk about ways to improve your skills, stay successful and personal experiences that worked for me! I know, I know...super cool, right?     [...]

22Sep 2020

Step Up and Fear Less

By |September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Personal development|0 Comments

  Can you remember the last time you hesitated on doing something because you were fearful of the outcome? Did you let the idea stay an idea or did you push through the emotions and go for it? The emotion of fear can obstruct your mindset and vision of the bigger picture. If you go into a situation with failure on your mind then you are bound to fall. Think about winning instead. Think about the success that can come from trying, even if the situation doesn't go as planned. It’s ok if it doesn't work out the way you hope, but only if you get back on your feet after. There is no winning or losing, there is only trial and error which both lead to [...]

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