Category: self-improvement

  • Get ahead of the day before it gets ahead of you.

    Get ahead of the day before it gets ahead of you.

    It’s challenging to be productive in our always-on, face paced world, but it’s possible. Here’s how to create a personal productivity process that will keep your mind clear and actions focused.

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  • Afraid to fail? How to be resilient when you face rejection.

    Afraid to fail? How to be resilient when you face rejection.

    Resilience helps you to try again, a little bit stronger and smarter. Do you lack confidence in your ability to achieve something? Are your expectations so high that anything less than perfection means failure? Do you worry about financial difficulties, losing a job, damaging relationships or your reputation? Do you feel the pressure of succeeding […]

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  • Comfort or success, you don’t get both at the same time.

    Comfort or success, you don’t get both at the same time.

    To achieve a goal, dream or vision, you must do something different than you’re doing now. If this weren’t true, you would already have what you want or be well on your way.

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  • Succeed faster and more often with boundaries.

    Boundaries are like the property lines in a neighborhood. They designate what everyone is responsible for. You wouldn’t expect your next-door neighbor to mow your lawn. Nor would you mow their lawn even if the grass was high.

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  • Don’t Take the Bait; Stop Verbal Aggression Before It Stops You.

    We need each other at work, at home and in our community. Cultivating and maintaining good relationships is critical for our success and happiness. They are the source of rich opportunities, essential information and needed support.

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  • Stop Cheating on Your Happy Future With an Anxious Mind.

    Anxiety makes us miserable if we don’t know how to handle it. It robs us of future success and happiness if we ignore it. Excessive worry overloads our minds, strains our emotional system and wears us out physically. It taxes our strength to the point that we can’t offer our best to others or ourselves.

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  • What Comes First, the Chicken or the Egg?

    Success and satisfaction are interconnected, but not in the way you think. Happiness does not come from getting what you want, i.e., achieving your goals. It comes from choosing the right goals. Goals that focus more on empowering rather than acquiring.

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  • When You Hold Back, You Break Through to Authentic Success.

    Self-regulation is the ability to understand and manage our reactions and behaviors to achieve the goals we want. It helps us learn and grow, behave responsibly, create solid relationships and be more independent.

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  • Get On Your Feet and Take The Road Less Traveled.

    You can’t wait for people to recognize your talent or desires. Being reserved doesn’t win you any points. It often gets you overlooked and creates frustration. On the other hand, shameless self-promotion is a turn-off. The sweet spot between the two is enthusiasm for what you want and belief in yourself.

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  • An Extraordinary Life Is One That Suits You Head To Toe.

    Being a coach and helping people emerge their potential is an extraordinary life for me. Every day it gets more exceptional as I meet and succeed at new challenges. Even though I love assisting others in realizing their dreams, I’m sure Scott and Tommy wouldn’t want my life.

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