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  • The Business of Wanting More

    Being Successful Can Be…
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    Brian Gast’s book The Business of Wanting More: Why Some Executives Move from Success to Fulfillment and Other Don’t, is based on his astonishing story.

    Like most entrepreneurs, Brian Gast lived in a Bubble—a Bubble that influenced his decisions and actions. A Bubble that lead to delusions of grandeur and compounding mistakes. When he finally pierced it, his newly

     

     

     

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Leadership Posts

What Kind of Person Do You Want to Be?

First a disclaimer: I generally do not value books on leadership. They are similar to books on dieting and addiction, in that more information is not the answer, and leadership books are least helpful to people who lack the natural talent to lead. Most writers on the subject have their own business model that’s driving […]

Play to Your Strengths or Die

What are your strengths, not just as a leader but as a person, too? Perhaps the most dreaded of all questions in a job interview is, “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” After all, listing too many positives can sound like bragging, and who wants to admit they even have areas that need improvement? The […]

How to Avoid the Worst Team Dynamics

The moment you recognize that what you thought was your “team” is actually not set up to work together toward a common goal you notice that many of the group members are driven by their own agenda. At that very moment it is your responsibility, as the Team Leader, to transform the group to a […]

Work/Life Balance Posts

How to Balance Work and Life

I recently was a guest blogger on Inspiyr.com – a cool site dedicated to being healthy, happy and successful. I had a little different take on the topic of work/life balance. There’s nothing wrong with working or working hard. What causes the unintended collateral damage for some high-achievers is their unconscious relationship with work. Too […]

How to Find Balance between Work & Life

If you are serious about managing the “inevitable” work/life conflict, start with what you value most, and follow a vision to be aligned with these things. Here are five tips to finding a healthy work/life balance: Gaining Perspective – Establish the real and relative value of your work, your personal life, and your family life. […]

The Paradox of Success: How to Build a Life You Won’t Regret

Many wealthy people are little more than the janitors of their possessions. ̴ Frank Lloyd Wright For as long as I can remember my goal was to be successful. As a teenager, I was dead-set on being financially independent as soon as possible so I would be free to live as I chose. Be careful […]

Personal Growth Posts

Do You Have the Courage to Fail?

Is there really a “formula” for success? As it turns out, there kind of is, though the “formula” may not contain what you expect it to. In fact, although all of us bring different talents, experiences, and values to the table, the most successful among us possess characteristics that we can all develop. Here is […]

Some Thoughts on Courage – And Overcoming Fear

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear – not absence of fear.” – Mark Twain I believe that fear is part of the human condition – there is no getting around it. The relevant questions are, “What is my relationship with fear? Is fear my ally? Or does it freeze me up?” Finding the […]

New Year’s Resolution Mid-Year Check-up

Did you set a Big Goal for the year? Have you made progress toward that goal? Are you working daily toward reaching your goal? Back in March, I shared some thoughts on goal setting for the New Year. Here’s another one – nearly 90% of New Year’s Resolutions fail within the FIRST MONTH! Now that […]