Am I the protagonist of my own story?
Does the sheep really care that the lion doesn’t care about his opinion, and other challenges you’ve probably never considered.
Journalist and entrepreneur, Shane Snow, writes about 9 “smartcuts” that may help you achieve rapid success. ___ Have you ever looked at someone who achieved rapid success, and with awe or even jealousy and wondered, “How did she do that?” You know what I’m talking about. How did Gina get promoted to VP when she’s ten […]
David Shechtman calls out the glorification of busy. He goes further to discuss the importance of counteracting the societal obsession with task achievement and it’s devastating personal and professional undermining.
What you do now will make all the difference in how high you soar this year.
Christopher Spurvey sees leadership qualities in his son that translate into real world success.
Success isn’t an end destination. It’s a constant journey to be the best version of yourself and make a positive impact on those in your life.
It took us a long time to get here, but it’s fitting that this is how it ends–married and merged in every way possible, unconscious on the couch while watching Sons of Anarchy.
Fitness and health don’t need to rule your life, but they should be a part of your lifestyle, especially if you’re a dad.
Degrees are practically worthless, until we adopt a different mindset.
Men, more than likely, you are not consciously going around Kanye-ing every Taylor Swift you meet; but because of the unconscious nature of mansplaining and manterrupting – and the implicit support from society for those actions – you may want to read this gentleman’s guide to avoid being a dude-bro jerk-wad (I’m purposefully using words that need no explanation).
When you start to think you know it all, something will happen to make you believe you don’t know anything at all.
Sue Funkhouser explains how to create collisions to spark ideas and build cohesive cultures.
Gone are the days when the only people “on air” were celebrities or folks with their “15 minutes of fame.” Are you ready for your interview?