Category Archives: Blog

015: Dov Baron, Conversation 1

on January 18, 2018 in Blog

Dov Baron Dov Baron has been speaking internationally for over 30 years, he’s the man with a finger on the pulse of the evolving world of NextGen leadership. Listen to our conversation. One of Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers to hire, Dov Baron is a master storyteller! Considered by many as the leading authority on Authentic Leadership, and the founder of Full Monty Leadership and The Authentic Speaker Academy[…] Keep reading →

013: Dan Pink, Conversation 2

on January 11, 2018 in Blog

Dan Pink’s second conversation was short and sweet, like his personal challenge. Listen to the conversation. After a few guests learning, growing, and leading from having to overcome big challenges, Dan shared an easy, simple experience. The story was that there was no story. While many portray changing your diet as impossible or a big challenge, Dan and his wife simply stopped eating most meat. That’s it. He stopped. He[…] Keep reading →

Need motivation on a challenging project? Start with this quote.

on January 9, 2018 in Blog

Podcasters ask me for favorite quotes. I answer with the one below a lot. I can’t prove it right, but I find it describes what happens when you act remarkably accurately. It’s the opposite of analyzing and planning without acting. It tells you that however you plan, acting with resolve will create opportunities and resources beyond what you can plan. Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to[…] Keep reading →

All American Wrestler and Coach, Jim Harshaw, episode 006

on December 19, 2017 in Blog

New podcast post: All American Wrestler and Coach, Jim Harshaw, episode 006 Listen to the episode Jim and I have become friends since I did his podcast, Success Through Failure, twice. He’s as friendly and approachable as anyone you’ll meet, despite or maybe because of his reaching the top levels of one of our most demanding sports. I’ll put his description below, but printed words don’t express his enthusiastic approach[…] Keep reading →

Sailing across the Atlantic

on December 18, 2017 in Blog

The longer I avoid flying, the more I learn to make my life as rewarding as I want without craving flying. Still, I wonder if I’ll see Paris and other places I used to fly to again. If I’ll eat Thai food in Thailand. I started looking into hitching rides on cargo ships, but they don’t seem economical and they seem to pollute a lot, negating the point of taking[…] Keep reading →

Texting enables lateness… and now everyone is late to everything

on November 16, 2017 in Blog

You’re preparing for an appointment. You realize you may be late. Then you realize you can text that you’re on your way. You think: keeping them waiting isn’t so bad knowing you had a problem and will be a few minutes late. Whew! That was close. You almost faced results for being late but got out of it. When you’re texting you’ll be late, it feels like a minor get-out-of-jail-free[…] Keep reading →

Curating the daily newsletter

on October 2, 2017 in Blog

A slight policy change that I started recently: instead of posting every post daily, I’m going to curate somewhat and not send out for email every daily post. Some posts I write more for myself or I suspect won’t be as popular. This post, for example, I’m not going to send as a daily newsletter. It will still appear as a blurb in the weekly newsletter and on the blog.[…] Keep reading →