Some of the most profound and insightful moments of my life have come as a result of what I’m about to share about short term and long term thinking. But, this isn’t about my insights. That would do you zero good. Instead, I’m going to show you how YOU can create your own insights. How you can essentially solve your own challenges, answer your own questions and guide YOUR OWN life whenever you want. How would you like to: Know exactly what to do when you’re stuck? Get direction on challenging business problems? Pinpoint the specific blocks that hold you [...]
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Staying engaged and motivated has been cited as the second greatest workplace challenges right after poor communication. On the surface this doesn’t seem important enough to rank #2. But, here are some important questions for you: How would you describe the person who always gets promoted? How would you describe the first person that gets let go when the market gets worse? What were you feeling when you went home from “the best job you ever had?” When friends are making crazy decisions about their job and need to be talked off of a ledge, what is behind their dissatisfaction? [...]
One of my mentors, Keith Cunningham, tells the story of how he discovered the power of a simple business problem solving method. I’m forever grateful to Keith for sharing his insight, as it’s become a vital tool for me over the years. And, now I want to pass it along to you. Keith Cunningham is the rich dad in the book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He’s a world class businessman and just a really solid guy. In 1982, Keith was putting together a multi-million dollar business deal and flew to New York to raise money from Michael Milken, whose firm [...]