Don’t Let the Big Picture Stop You

Recently, on two separate occasions and for two different reasons, I was asked to thoroughly explain how the tasks different people were being asked to do were connected to a bigger picture or master plan. On many occasions this makes total sense, but I believe in these two situations the people were using this as a way to escape from… Continue reading Don’t Let the Big Picture Stop You

Being Fulfilled One Task At A Time

For more than 10 years, I have been a crew member at Tony Robbins events around the US, as a volunteer in various positions and helping out with whatever was needed. But my favorite part is being a member of the fire team in charge of the logistics of the fire walk experience for participants.… Continue reading Being Fulfilled One Task At A Time

Sliding Ideas Into Action

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Here’s a reminder: if you want something to exist in the world, it’s even better to take action on it vs. just throwing the idea out there. sometimes the actions or next steps don’t have to be huge undertakings – like trying to make something all yourself. utilizing the right platform and community can make… Continue reading Sliding Ideas Into Action

Start The Work And Everything You Need Will Appear

A few years ago, I was offered the honor to speak at an event but I almost missed out. I kept putting off the process of sitting down and figuring out what I wanted to say. I felt like I had a great opening, but didn’t have the full story of what I wanted to get across. I… Continue reading Start The Work And Everything You Need Will Appear

How To Generate More Ideas

Coming up with more ideas is the same as achieving many other things. In fact, many of the underlying techniques of how to come up with more ideas same the same principles of of other popular self-improvement topics: how to build bigger muscles how to find your perfect mate how to make one million dollars… Continue reading How To Generate More Ideas

The Hard Question Finder

One of the best ways to improve anything is to find the right and hard questions to work on addressing. The toughest part of that strategy is identifying what those hard questions are. Too many times the person that needs to address that question is so bogged down in the actual thing that wants/needs to… Continue reading The Hard Question Finder

The Sunday to Thursday Workweek

If you have to work five days a week, work a better five days. Work on Sunday and you’ll be less distracted and focus better because to most other people it will be a day off. Being able to focus means you’ll also get your work done faster and usually with better quality. Take off… Continue reading The Sunday to Thursday Workweek

Dealing With Random Senior Leader Requests

Have you ever received a request or task from someone higher up the leadership chain that, at first glance, seems to make absolutely no sense to you? Have no fear, everyone above you is much smarter than you and you should just shut up and get it done. OK, hopefully you’re reading on to know… Continue reading Dealing With Random Senior Leader Requests