Are you landing direct contact with maximum power every time you punch?
What’s your definition of mental toughness?
Do you have it?
Check out my thoughts and how you can leverage mental toughness moving forward in this new year…
2020 was a historically bad way to start a new decade. Not close. Breaking bad type of bad for so many people and businesses.
Just like the Seahawks defense, we can make our own shift. No hand-wringing or worry; no looking back; no listening to the critics.
Regardless of how your 2020 was, you can start tomorrow to make 2021 your best year ever.
In the game of business, we also don’t want to lose momentum. It’s usually not done deliberately. We are about to start a new “game” in the next few days when the calendar switches to 2021. It’s human nature to “ease into” the new year.
What does planning your evening dinner have to do with planning your 2021? Much.
My family banded together for Christmas and my birthday to get me an Apple Watch. I’ve been wanting one and I’m thrilled with the gift.
It takes some getting used to the regular notices that I receive when my wrist “rings.” One caught my attention on Saturday. As I eagerly looked at my new watch to read what it was going to “tell me,” I have to admit a little surprise…
“Dear George, Remember no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings! Love, Clarence.”
My favorite move of the holiday season is It’s a Wonderful Life. The quote that starts this missive is from George Bailey’s guardian angel Clarence.
You all know the story…
Cyber security should take front stage in the mind of every CEO and business leader or executive. If you think the government, big business, and social media platforms are the only places cyber criminals are prowling, you are sadly mistaken.
What if you only had three hours of time to work each day?
I’m working with a client who is facing this reality due to a medical situation. It made me ponder my own workday.
What if I were forced to shrink my day to only three hours? How would I get it all done?
I’ve developed a strategy…