Every week I write a post based on what I’m feeling in the moment. I rarely write weeks in advance. Subjects include business and executive coaching, client challenges, leadership, sales, entertainment, career transition, communication, hiring, mindset, behavioral assessments and technology to name a few.
Regardless of the subject matter, I like to incorporate my thoughts into a story. A story that’s real for the reader. A story the reader can relate to. A story that changes the reader’s energy. A story that will move the reader from sitting on the sidelines into action and playing a different game.
Based on social media statistics, presented in David Letterman countdown fashion, the following posts have been tagged the 10 best of 2014:
This post is for those weren’t able to fulfill their New Years resolutions and wanted a second chance.
This essay describes some of my ideal clients and the changes they make to fulfill their endgame.
Here I offer a few tips on how to make email more productive. I also share a surprising email tidbit on an 80K person company.
Clients land on my door step in many shapes and forms. I narrowed it down to four and explained each one.
I share thoughts on what happened when, at the last minute, I attended a weekend coaching workshop, almost 300 miles away.
Coaching is the profession du jour. Here’s a list of questions to ask before you hand over your credit card.
The more I learned about Jonathan Goldsmith, the more I liked him.
If you want to know the secret, you’ll have to read the post. It’s simpler than you think.
I wrote this post a few weeks after a golf vacation in South Carolina. I can’t wait to go on another.
My most popular post was about a bad guy who is trying to turn himself around.
Thanks to JD Hancock for the cool photo.