Looking at the things I am thankful for has the power to counter my negative bias to proactively create a positive perspective.
Work-life balance is based on false ideas and the best way to move forward is by debunking them, creating opportunities for truth to come forward.
The American perspective of a coach is deeply rooted in sports coaches. This challenged me to ask the question, “What exactly is a coach?”
What if I lived as if the world was for me not against me? How would this change my life? The short answer: drastically.
If communication is rooted in connecting to another, it’s about seeing the other person as a shared interaction, not pushing your agenda.
NFL Quarterback Andrew Luck’s surprise retirement shocked people across the country. The number one draft pick in the NFL in 2012, Luck lead his team to the playoffs his first three years in the NFL. Many expected him to become one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the game. At age 29, still […]
A personality type works extremely well in many scenarios, and poorly in others. Every personality comes with its advantages and disadvantages.
The greatest challenge to our own productivity is ourselves. Small changes have the potential for profound impact.
Two weeks ago I posted a picture of myself with my youngest in a baby carrier while working in my home office. (This post can be found on LinkedIn here.) The moment sparked a powerful reflection on my attempt to juggle work-life balance, and how terrible of a job I felt I have been doing. […]
Motivating a team is challenging. Learn these 10 ways to motivate your team.