Category Archives: Tips

How do I improve my storytelling?

on August 22, 2017 in Art, Creativity, Stories, Tips

My response to the question “How do I improve my storytelling?” on a forum got upvoted a lot: Practice, practice, practice. The best advice in the world only works in the context of practice. Practicing makes advice meaningful. Practice and then practice more. Then practice more. Get feedback. Seek advice. Iterate. But practice. Name anyone who mastered a performance art who didn’t practice more than most. Even if you can,[…] Keep reading →

How to Do More In Less Time

on August 21, 2017 in Fitness, Habits, Tips

[See below for a special extra for my blog readers] My post on LinkedIn yesterday, “How to Do More In Less Time,” began How to Do More In Less Time Who doesn’t want to do more in less time? You get funded more and promoted faster. You learn more. You get more leisure time. I don’t know about you, but I’m lazy and full of excuses. So learning from a[…] Keep reading →

WBECS questions and answers with me, live [video]

on July 13, 2017 in Exercises, Habits, Leadership, Tips

Earlier today I was live with the World Business and Executive Coaching Summit community, following up my webinar with them last month. We covered leadership, learning to lead, how to improve your leadership, and more. Check out the video:

Read my Forbes interview today by Jimmy Rohampton!

on May 18, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Relationships, Tips

Jimmy Rohampton of Forbes caught up with and interviewed me. He posted the article today, “An Executive Coach’s Best Tips On Facebook Groups, Habits And Doing Work You Love.” Longtime readers who know how much I owe my success to writing daily in my blog will appreciate Jimmy’s page: HowToCreateABlog.org. I found the connection helped us connect and make the interview more relevant. I was delighted to find that Forbes[…] Keep reading →

5 Pieces of Advice From anĀ Internet Entrepreneur Who Overcame More Than You Did

on May 15, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Inc.com, Tips

My Inc. article today, “5 Pieces of Advice From anĀ Internet Entrepreneur Who Overcame More Than You Did,” begins 5 Pieces of Advice From an Internet Entrepreneur Who Overcame More Than You Did If the adversity you face is less than his, his simple advice may help you overcome it. How many internet sensations make you think, examine your life, or motivate you to realize your potential? Many, like Psy and[…] Keep reading →

Pricing: A tried and true method for starting working relationships

on May 8, 2017 in Entrepreneurship, Tips

How do you price a job when you first start working with someone? You don’t have a history with them. Go too high and they might choose someone else. Too low and you lose potential money, and they might think you’re lower quality. You’re not negotiating a long-term job offer, so you don’t want to go into too much depth. A friend liked the advice I gave him and suggested[…] Keep reading →

More of why I don’t think of vegetables, fruit, and exercise as preventing cancer, heart disease, and diabetes

on April 26, 2017 in Fitness, Inc.com, Models, Tips

My Inc.com article today, Why I Don’t Think of Vegetables, Fruit, and Exercise as Preventing Disease, begins Why I Don’t Think of Vegetables, Fruit, and Exercise as Preventing Disease Why consider unhealthy normal? Why not consider healthy the default? I’ve written before that I don’t think of diet, exercise, and behavior as preventing cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. I’m not a medical doctor, so this article isn’t about medical advice.[…] Keep reading →