My suggestion is, whenever possible, ask yourself: What’s the smallest possible footprint I can get away with? What is the smallest possible project that is worth my time? What is the smallest group of people who I could make a difference for, or to? … [Read more...] about To Create Something Something Great, Start Extremely Small – Seth Godin’s Advice to You if You’re Just Starting Out
Benjamin Disraeli once famously said: Man is not the creature of circumstances; circumstances are the creatures of men. It's the difference between being a passive victim/passenger in life versus being proactive and focusing committed action … [Read more...] about So Life’s Not Fair – But What Are You Going to do About It?
First let me apologize for the tongue twister of a title. I was trying to do my best if-Yoda-was-a-blogger impersonation ;-) How did I do? Nailed it? I thought so. Anyway...I think we can all agree, Yoda is a pretty wise fella. Between … [Read more...] about The Backwards Brain Bicycle – 5 Reasons Why Yoda Was Correct – You Must Unlearn What You Have Learned in Order to Truly Learn
If you follow me and know my story, I used to be what people would classify as "dumb." I had little knowledge and was pretty ignorant and naive about pretty much everything. I often had trouble understanding new concepts or would lose focus … [Read more...] about 7 Essential Ingredients to Become a Successful Entrepreneur
Inspiration. That amazing flash of creativity that just comes out of nowhere and gifts you seemingly magical powers. Inspiration. That other-worldly force reserved only for the special ones - a select few who were ordained by Creativity and … [Read more...] about The Secret to Finding Inspiration and Creativity
I want to take this opportunity to wish all of you a Merry Christmas! It truly is the Most Wonderful Time of the Year - growing up as a kid I always cherished this time of the year the most. It really is just a special feeling like no other time … [Read more...] about Merry Christmas and a Happy 2018!
The Japanese have this concept of Kaizen, a form of continuous incremental self-improvement. It is often cited in management books and applied in the context of companies and organizations. But I’ve found through personal application it’s just as … [Read more...] about Self-improvement is the name of the game