I had the opportunity this week to listen to a very successful entrepreneur from my local area named Bob Johnson. He owns Scratch Bakery in South Portland, Maine and is famous for his incredibly, delicious bagels. People come for miles (many 15-20 miles) and wait in line on a Saturday or Sunday ... Read More about Measure, measure, measure
“We can do no great things – only small things with great love.” Mother Theresa This week I had several different conversations with clients where they were feeling very overwhelmed. Not that things were going poorly. In fact, things were going pretty well in their business and things had really ... Read More about Are You Doing Too Much?
My son Cade, recently began taking karate lessons. I don’t know a lot about martial arts, although for a very brief period between ages 10-11 I took judo lessons, because my mother thought it would help me be more ‘well-rounded”. Cade is taking a form of karate called, “Chun-Kuk-Do”, which claims ... Read More about The True Meaning of Self-Discipline for Your Success
Learning to present with confidence can take time and practice. Like you, I’ve sat through many presentations at my networking group, some of them good and some of them, well, not so good. This week, I watched a wonderful, smart, talented woman give her ten-minute presentation and I cringed through ... Read More about How to Use Your Body to Create Confidence
This time of year is often filled with goal-setting, intention-making and feeling like we have a clean slate on which to create what we want in our lives. All good and well. However, one of the things that I continually see happening is that people create the things they want to start doing and ... Read More about What Will You Stop Doing in 2014