Archive for the ‘Personal Transformation’ Category

Who do I want to be today?

Monday, August 23rd, 2021

What if you started today, and every day, by asking yourself this question: What kind of person would I like to be today?

What one word would describe me? Well, that’s an interesting thought.

Maybe you’re gonna say kind. Well, that would change the way you’d go about your day.

Maybe you’d be innovative. That would change the way you’d go about the day.

Maybe it’d be resourceful. I’ll just figure everything out. That too would shape the choices you made throughout the day.


Formation of Habits

Monday, August 9th, 2021

Our habits create our actions, and our actions create results. If we want to have better results, we have to change our habits.

Changing habits is not an easy thing to do, but it is doable. It takes discipline, commitment, and a willingness to be uncomfortable.


What really amazing thing is going to happen to you today?

Monday, July 12th, 2021

Years ago, I read a story about a woman anthropologist who would jump out of bed every morning and intentionally have both feet land at the same time. She would land them hard and yell out: “I wonder what really amazing thing is going to happen to me today!”

By setting the tone of looking for something amazing to happen, she felt she created far more amazing experiences.


Creating real value?

Monday, June 21st, 2021

Ask yourself this question: What action could you take today to demonstrate excellence or real value? It’s a question worth thinking about every day.

I know many people set intentions of how they’re going to go about doing things.


No stories, please

Monday, June 14th, 2021

Business is filled with obstacles that we need to overcome and get through. The only thing that really works is an inner drive with complete commitment along with innovation and an unstoppable approach.

Obstacles will happen every day. When they see an obstacle, many people begin to craft their story of why the obstacle is the reason they can’t get the result. “Well, I was going to accomplish this, but then this happened, so I couldn’t accomplish it.”