Monthly Archives: March 2015

Never Quit

  We hear about the importance of never, ever quitting.  But can you show it in action?  I can. Watch the video below for a great example of never giving up. Never quit. It’s a great way to live your life and your best chance to achieve your goals. Rule #12 from my book The Fantastic Life: Get a Win Winners never quit. The… Read more →

Great List of Things to Stop Doing to Yourself

  Everybody has a list these days.  Even my Fantastic Life book is a list of 18 rules for living the Fantastic Life.  Here is another list of things to stop doing to improve your life. My favorites include: –stop spending time with the wrong people –stop trying to buy happiness –stop exclusively looking to others for happiness –stop letting others bring you… Read more →

Mistakes on Resumes

  I am always amazed to find typos (including my own over the years) or outright lies on resumes.  Just a few months ago, I had to terminate an interview with a prospective associate when it became clear the person had lied on his resume.  Mistakes like these can and have cost people great opportunities. Years ago, I was fortunate to get invited to participate in the FBI… Read more →

Baloney Sandwiches

  This week’s LIFEies is simple.  Do not do things to yourself that make your life tougher.   Reading the below piece will take 3 minutes but it could change your life. Rule #7 from my book The Fantastic Life: Be Value Driven This rule reinforces the fact that when you have clear intentions, whether in work or family, your instincts will sprout from your practiced… Read more →

What would I tell my 20 year old self?

  Fortune magazine asked some of their 40 under 40 business people the simple question: What would I tell my 20-year-old self?  All of the below replies are worth reading, but my favorites are:   –Alexa Von Tobel—Get up, dress up, show up. –Kevin Chou—Focus on working with great people, and not the job with the highest paycheck. –Ivanka Trump–Ask questions and listen more than you… Read more →