Tim Ferriss: The Art of Letting Bad Things Happen

I had to revert back to one of my favorite books that helped me incredibly about a year ago.  Tim Ferriss, one of my favorite authors who has put together some fine reference books, coined a chapter called The Art of Letting Bad Things Happen.  One of our fulfillment companies had been shut down due... Continue Reading →


Stephen Covey’s Four Autobiographical Responses

I'm trying to become a more effective and empathic listening, but inside the classroom and outside the classroom.  One of the things I really try focusing on is asking follow-up questions and not always say the usual, "oh, really? Interesting! Ok."  One of my friends from Australia called me out on a short, five-day vacation... Continue Reading →


New Book Series! Gary Vee’s ‘Crushing It’ + Chapter 1: The Path Is Yours

First time I saw Gary Vee was in a Tony Robbins video.  Like a lot of other people; you either love him or hate him (well, hate it too strong of a word - so maybe dislike).  The next time I saw one of his videos was when his opening intro went something like, "the... Continue Reading →


How To Eliminate 50% of Your Business Worries

"If you are in business, you are probably saying to yourself right now: "The title of this is ridiculous! I have been running my business for 5, 10, 20 years; and I certainly know the answers if anybody does.  The idea of anybody trying to tell me how I can eliminate 50% of my business... Continue Reading →


Jack Canfield – Unleash The Power of Goal-Setting

"If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes." - Andrew Carnegie Once you determine your life purpose, your mission, your vision, and clarify what your true needs and desires are, you have to convert them into specific, measurable goals and objectives - then... Continue Reading →


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