It’s that time of year when we vow to reassess: What did we do well in 2017? What could we do differently in 2018? How can our lives be happier and healthier, or shall we finally say we’re good enough?
The oven in my apartment is dead. You could say I rang the death knell, baking pies at 425° and pizzas at 500° F every weekend—acting like it's October, not August, like my oven is an Olympic marathoner,
Part of the Series “Braving Up To Build Your Best Life” Often, when I’m working with my clients or course members, the concepts we explore together take on a brand new meaning given what’s going on in
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Some people just seem to be born confident. When they enter a room, you feel the power of their presence. They don't hesitate to ask for what they want--a raise, a promotion, or a free upgrade on a flight.
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Over the course of my career, I must have spent over 3000 hours reading leadership books, attending training sessions, and studying leadership. From this I learned a lot of things which have worked, many
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Mike Tyson Didn't Become a Champion By Reading About Personal Development--He Used a Simple Daily Routine
In his latest book, Iron Ambition: My life with Cus D'Amato, Mike Tyson lays out what it took to become a champ. Inside, Tyson details his relationship with his trainer and what took him from a punk kid
In his fascinating new novel, “Defectors,” Joseph Kanon uses the tangled ties between two brothers to explore the world of espionage at the height of the Cold War. Kanon, the author of “The Good German,”
Henry Ford once famously said: "Whether you think that you can, or that you can't, you are usually right." It's a pithy quote (Ford was a quote machine), but now, just over 70 years after his death, a
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Over the last year, FedEx has been working with Savioke, a Silicon Valley company that makes autonomous indoor delivery robots, to develop a robot delivery system for its repair facility in Collierville,
Think about a boss you truly respected. Think about a leader you truly admired. Think about a leader you not only loved to work for, but with. What sets that person apart from every other boss? Simple.