Do you run from stressful situations—or what I like to call a “pressure test?” We all find ourselves in stressful situations from time to time, but we shouldn’t be afraid to step into them. Remember that old saying, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” Growth happens when we move outside our comfort zone, and
Happy and healthy 2018 to all you incredible and extraordinary individuals! I didn’t want to begin the year with a traditional blog full of predictions, even though it can be fun to ponder those. Instead, I wanted to write about something that has stuck with me over the last month or so, and that is
Many “doers” seem to know instinctively what their own unique talent is. What’s yours? It’s important to understand your own unique talent and embrace it. It is important to recognize how incredible and awesome you are and use your unique talents each day. Let me explain… Recently I had the great fortune of having breakfast
Happy Thanksgiving! While I enjoy the embrace of loved ones and all the wonderful turkey and trimmings on this holiday, I also want to put out there how thankful I personally am for all the doers that are doing good things in the world. I think this is an important opportunity to remember and celebrate
You’ve probably seen internet memes and t-shirts with YOLO–You Only Live Once–on them. Well, I am getting a t-shirt made that says LV24. When I wear it, I hope everyone who sees it asks me about it so I can tell them what it means. It means Live 24—live for today, be present, be mindful.
You might spend time thinking about your own net worth. It is how business people tend to judge their success. But how are you judging your self worth? Has your self worth built a “life worth” that can be recognized by everyone around you? Self worth is a necessary ingredient in “life worth.” As business
One thing I have always struggled with is finding work-life balance. At the inevitable nexus of a full business life and a full personal family life, my hope is that the conditionality so often driven into us in the business world doesn’t creep into my relationships with friends and family. For all of us in
This week I had the privilege of hanging with 175 extraordinary and incredible people who not only never say “No!” but always embrace the possible–no matter how big and audacious the goal. It was surreal; All these people gathered under one roof in Cambridge, Mass, for three intense days of saying “Yes!” It got more