“A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives.” -Jackie Robinson
Let’s start here, I want you to take a moment to watch this Adam Alter TED talk. Simple yet powerful! Did you know “fomo” is now a recognized word? The definition if you have not seen: Anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a … More #FOMO Rehab
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I am sure you have noticed, it has been a while since I have blogged. I have started several blogs over the last few months. All of these blogs have ended up being pushed into my trash unfotunately. This blog is going to be more about where my head has been at. I am sure … More …Welcome Back!
Have you ever chosen a side after viewing a 20 second clip? Do you post your opinion/thoughts on social media? Which media channel do you watch/listen to? So many opinions, so many views and SO much hate. We have all been guilty of feeling one way or another. Hillary or Trump? Innocent or guilty? Too … More ?
So anyone can say “No” but can you overcome it? When I say “overcome,” I want you to begin to think about “how you respond,” not necessarily immediately turning No into a yes. No is similar to adversity. We are all faced with it from time to time in our lives and it is one … More The Power of No!
Today being Mother’s Day, it makes sense to recognize my Mom in my leadership blog. I once saw a quote “Men are what their Mothers made them.” I can say personally, my Mom has played the biggest role in guiding me to be who I am today. Love With Meaning: My Mom has always shown … More Thank You Mom!
As leaders, it is important we continuously use the impact of a mirror strategy in our everyday business. Doing so will deepen relationships, lessen turnover and generate a higher level of productivity in the workplace. The impact of a mirror strategy consists of 3 primary topics: Placing Blame Who do you look at first when … More Impact of a Mirror
This Wednesday serves as a reminder to have fun with your team! Throwback to when we had team members voluntarily drive 2+ hours to be a part of the Harlem Shake video! Happy Hump Day!