If you’re anything like me, over the last couple of months in quarantine, you’ve probably felt a little “chaotic”, working through your to-do list while (attempting) to juggle working from home, and even caring for kids (phew!).
You have enormous potential to recreate yourself. When you listen to those with opposing views, cultivate the courage to examine your own, and dare to extend yourself, you’ll create the right kind of magic.
The great Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Learn from the mistakes of others. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself” and she was right.
Recently, I was reminded of this lesson again, when I fumbled a Zoom presentation. Even with the years of experience and countless virtual
It’s hard to wrestle with a ghost.
You either own your fears or they own you. Fears do their worst damage when they knock around in your mind. Last night, my fears knocked around in my mind from about 3:30 AM to 5:00 AM, when I
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We are in the midst of celebrating the Twelve Days of Christmas! In an effort to engage the creative side of my brain, I’ve selected four of my popular videos from 2019 that correspond to A Seller’s 12 Days of Christmas. May this poem serve
As a sales strategist, I’ve spent the past 30 years studying how gratitude, optimism, and resilience shapes people’s lives. Research shows that feeling grateful has positive effects on our behavior making us more honest (I swear!), increasing our self-control, enhancing our performance at work, and
When it comes to increasing our income, we simply need to work scarier not harder. Working scarier means opening up to the possibility that we don’t need to be creating, doing, building, and staying connected all of the time.
Last week I made up all kinds of excuses as to why I couldn’t run the half marathon I signed up for in November. Having peaked at five miles with a ton of pain, I figured I’d give up. My son encouraged me. He told