As much as business and politics are sometimes at odds with one another, they really go hand in hand. Whether we like it or not, what happens in the global political arena effects the markets. And very often, what happens with the economy effects policy. We saw this most recently in the real estate … More 5 Ways to Grow Your Leadership Capital
If you’ve read any of my blogs before, you know I’m not usually a proponent of the middle ground, of balance. I always lean towards balls to the wall action, extreme time management, playing full-out, and putting my foot on the gas and driving a few nails through it. Whether it’s wisdom, getting older, my … More The Tao of Leadership
I hope everyone enjoyed a long holiday weekend with friends and family, unplugged, relaxing and reflecting on all there is that you are thankful for. I have a tremendous amount to be thankful for. I know you do too. Gratitude is the antidote to almost everything – fear, mediocrity, sadness, anger. Try it. Right now. … More How to Make the Season of Giving a 365 Day a Year Tradition
For me, fall means hunting. Earlier this month I went on a great trip to Kentucky with my father, and I’m just flying back from another hunting trip in Calgary with the boys. These trips are all about savoring the fresh air, living simply for a week, mastermind with other business owners, and building on … More When You Choose Unconditional Happiness, You Win
Money is such a funny thing. Some people love it. Some hate it. Some are afraid of it. Others are afraid of having too much, while others are scared to lose what they do have. Some people hoard it, while others are willing risk it all. Money itself is nothing to get worked up … More 3 Truths and a Lie About Money
Daylight Savings Time means moving the clocks back a hour and getting a jump on the day. Yes, I know, it also means getting an extra hour of sleep. But if you really want to change your life. Now is the time. All those months you said you were going to get up at 5am, … More Falling Back in Time and Moving Ahead with Technology
Halloween is a big deal for kids, well, at least for my kids. They’ve been debating since summer ended and school began what they would be. A witch? A princess? A firefighter? A fairy, a frog, a fisherman? Or perhaps Elsa, Dorothy, or Hercules? The struggle is real. After much debate, I’ve now got Peppa … More What Are You Most Afraid Of?