There are at least 10 myths that people tend to believe about success and successful people. And, whether you agree with them or not, I can guarantee that MYTH is what they are. Continue reading 10 Myths About Success
As entrepreneurs, we are often reminded that failure is part of success. We are often told that it’s OK to fail. And we often do. In fact, stats show that most entrepreneurs succeed once in every eight failures. That’s just part of the game in business. Not so at the Olympics. These athletes have this unique chance once every four years. If they fail here and now, they can always hope to get another chance in four years – if they qualify. Now THAT’S pressure! Continue reading No Guts, No Glory
Some people’s lives are so empty before they find personal development ventures, that they put all their eggs in this basket once they find it. They sincerely believe that the hole in their heart and life has been filled through it. They cling to it as if their life depends on it. Continue reading No Calling Without a Caller
Here is what I’ve noticed during my years of comic book reading, personal growth, and now as a husband, father or three, author, coach, and entrepreneur: Superheroes are popular because people need to be inspired. Period. Continue reading How to Grow from Zero to Hero
What makes an individual pursue leadership? I mean, deep down, what causes someone to become interested in leadership development and his own personal growth? Why would someone pursue this path of most resistance unless he is required to do so? Leadership is hard, and humans as a rule, prefer the path of least resistance.
After having undergone much leadership training for myself in the last few years, I came to ask myself the questions, ‘Why did I begin this trek towards becoming a better leader?’, and ‘Why do others do it?’ Continue reading The Two Paths to Leadership
Before I left, I turned to Liz, hugged her, and told her: “I’ll have to open my ears very wide and shut my mouth. My mom is about to pass away and I just know she will have a very important message for me.” Continue reading Where Is Your Faith?
In a society where the divorce rate is around 50%, more and more boys are raised by a single mom, with a sporadically present dad, or with an altogether absent dad. And these stats do not even take into consideration the boys whose parents are together, but whose father is just uninvolved, irresponsible, abusive, or disinterested. One would have to wonder which is worse: an absent father, or an inadequate one? Continue reading Healing The Father Wound