Monthly Archives: December 2015

7 New Habits of Highly Successful People

  For 2016, let’s create some great habits!!  I spend a lot of time with my team talking about becoming irreplaceable. That is just one of the 7 NEW habits of highly successful people from Scott Steinberg’s article below. In addition here are two more that I love:–Constantly grow and improve–Go above and beyondIt’s simple to type and say, but hard to accomplish. … Read more →

Catching Sunrises

  It is that time of the year when most people think about the coming year and set some goals or resolutions.  Here is one of mine—to catch 300 sunrises a year.  So, I am up early at least six days a week before the sun. Catching sunrises is just my way of saying I want to be up with sun and moving… Read more →

What is your perspective?

  For the holiday season, I am going with a little “heavier” topic this week.   The below article talks about two different perspectives on the holiday season.  The overbearing commercialization of Christmas OR the peace and goodwill garnered by the season of hope.  The author, Arthur Brooks, makes the point about not just the holidays but our entire life.  Brooks suggests working on abundance without attachment.    Here are three… Read more →

Be the Luckiest Person on the Planet

  Luck is a very interesting word. I have heard and said, “the harder I work, the luckier I get” many times. James Altucher and his blog are very engaging. I find him very different and interesting.  I thought I would share with you one of my favorite blogs from him on being lucky.    Daily prescription for being lucky: –Do something physical… Read more →