Category: Change

There is No Need to Panic: You Are in Charge

The panic surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic was 100% avoidable. I’m am not here to judge or criticize. If we are paying attention, there are no mistakes, only lessons; reminders for all of us about how we invest and execute on a daily basis. Pause and reflect, and you will see patterns; in others and yourself. When things break down, what has been ignored rushes in. An avalanche is an example of a breakdown, the result of what has been accumulating out of sight over time. When we’ve been careless or inattentive, what we have neglected returns with a vengeance. Read more…………………….  view article


How to Strategically Persevere Through COVID-19

It may appear that all there is left to do is sit home and brace for an uncertain and unimaginable impact. We can Strategically Persevere Through COVID-19. Rather than brace for impact, I suggest we strategically persevere. The feelings generated from the daily new normal are escapable. This is a choice, a decision to control your thoughts and not be controlled by them. You have the…………………………………………… view article


New Year Resolutions Don’t Work

Most people don’t understand why New Year Resolutions don’t work. It’s not that complex, really. The famous Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Carl Jung—who developed the ground-breaking personality theory that introduced the Myers Briggs personality assessment, shed light on how to create real change. Jung observed what was going on at a deeper level. Better than anyone, he described the narrative by which we make sense of the world, changing and developing ourselves and……………………………………………………………….. view article


Transformative Emotional Intelligence

60 Minutes did a story on Pelican Bay, the “supermax” prison in California that locks away people perceived as “most dangerous.” The story revealed how our approach to pervasive problems in some small isolated cases has become more intelligent. We are starting to use transformative emotional intelligence—pausing, withholding judgment, and refraining from labels that diminish. Somebody finally realized that you couldn’t reform people through punishment or fighting wrongdoing with more wrongdoing. But when……………………………………………  view article


Personal Success: The 1% Club

The power to excel exponentially at improving is in joining The 1% Club. If you work diligently to get 1% better each day, in one year you’ll be ~38% better. Imagine where you could be in 5, 10 or 20 years? The real power here is to…………………………………………………….. view article