As you take this journey, I want to encourage you to own it from start to finish and remind you that is in fact, a journey. Below is a list of resources for your growth to get you off to a fast start.
Free First Chapter of my book: This will help set the stage and context in terms of everything you see on this platform. I recommend you start here, if the first chapter makes sense, then you get the book :).
Free Work Book: This will take you from identifying your passion through a codified system that I have developed over almost 20 years and continue to refine as a lifelong learner.
Success Thought of the Day: Get a daily dose of inspiration delivered to your email box each morning. How we begin our days is critical and our thoughts are more important than a cup of coffee – – and I like my coffee! :).
In full transparency, Billy and Melissa are great friends of mine. In fact, Billy wrote the forward to my book and is the one that introduced me to Melissa, who was my book coach. This book is great for several reasons, but I will try to keep it to three. 1) I have seen them live out the practices they are speaking to. 2) They go straight into the challenges most of us have with networking and help debunk them early on so we get that out of the way and 3) They provide practical “do now” tips to how to succeed.
There are certain TV shows or movies that I tend to watch over and over again. For me, the hitlist that jumps to the top of my mind are Jurassic Park, The Temptations Movie, The Good Times TV Series and Jaws. In each of those, there is a
Last week, in my capacity as an Executive in Residence at the Kellogg School of Management, I had the opportunity to speak to the EMBA cohort in Miami. Big shout out to EMP 111. Thank you, guys, for being such a great group to hang out with for a
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If there was a role available for Chief Passion Officer, I would take it, hands down. While I have several passions such as music, innovation and helping others reach their potential, without a doubt, that last one is my greatest. Helping a