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It’s Time to Unleash Joy

Over the past week or so, I’ve been studying content marketing strategies and how to really hone in on what differentiates Adam Hergenrother Companies, Adam Hergenrother Training, and me in general, from other business and leadership training organizations. One word: JOY. Yes, joy. It’s been something I’ve been working on and talking about behind the scenes for the past year …

You’re Stressed Out. Now What?

“I’m so stressed out!” I don’t have the exact data, but this I’m pretty sure this phrase has only been around for the last decade or so. Why has this saying become part of our national lexicon? Because we’re a society that is busy, burned out, over-scheduled, and generally overwhelmed. I don’t think we talk about it enough. Living this …

If It Was Easy, Everyone Would Be Doing It

Tomorrow we kick-off a new training program that I am more excited about than any other class or training I’ve done. Project | U is going to be a game changer. Yeah, sure, I think we’ve got great content, awesome guest speakers, and a packed year-long curriculum complete with a monthly book club, a fitness coach, nutrition consults, financial advisers, …

What Do You Really Want?

When I was in my early twenties, I had my mind on money and money on my mind. I believed that once I reached a certain amount of annual income, I would feel a certain way. For me, that number was $500,000. $500,000 = happiness. I had tied my future happiness and joy to seeing that number on my tax …

Never Stop Being a Beginner

I’ve been snowboarding for 22 years. Scratch that. I’ve been a snowboarder for 22 years. It wasn’t just a twice a month recreational activity for me. I’ve won a boarder-cross event and qualified for regionals (where I lost). I opened up a trail called OZ in the Chugach Myn range in Alaska – a trail only accessible by helicopter. To …

The Tao of Leadership

The Tao of Leadership

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 spiritual growth, or learning the …