Blog

Top Posts

  • Coronavirus – what does it really mean to you
    Just few months ago if you told me that my wife and I would go to the store looking like Sub Zero from Mortal Combat and it would be a normal thing, we would have an argument 😡. In such a short time so much changed in the way we work, interact, shop, think and live, heck a friend of mine just got a Read More
    1+
  • TIME – Today’s Importance of My Efforts
    T.I.M.E. – Today’s Importance of My Efforts. Today– what’s the significance of today? Why is it important to do what can be done today and not let it wait till tomorrow? Future fear is a big driver of today’s worry in our society and I’m no exception to this. We are so afraid of what might happen Read More
    3+
  • How To Make Diamonds
    There are many definitions to discipline. Dictionary.com on the 2nd definition which I liked more than all the other definitions I looks up says: activity, exercise, or a regimen that develops or improves a skill; training: Activity, exercise, regimen, refine, improvement, skill, training, Read More
    2+
  • You never attract what you want, only what you are!
    I’ll use hiring people as an example as one of most expensive and challenging parts of running an organization is hiring and everyone wants to have good employees and when I ask other employers what they’re looking for I often hear the following. I want motivated, hard working, focused, determined, Read More
    1+
  • Work on you 1st, others 2nd.
    I had an interesting topic come up during a coaching session I had this week on self-development. This was my mentor Ali’s new business/personal manager who Ali had sent to me for shadowing and coaching. She shadowed me throughout the day and had asked several questions about how I manage my Read More
    1+
  • STOP Giving to Takers
    My office manager approached me frustrated today. He was upset with a friend of his that never met him half way. My manager felt that he would always help, assist, be fair to his friend but when it came for the friend to return the favor he never truly did his part, at least not as genuine as what Read More
    1+
  • How to Implement Re-Energizing Change
    “Re-Energizing change is often at its most difficult stage, in the implementation phase” – Hayk Tadevosyan During a coaching session with a small business owner a question came up. “My employees won’t take the changes your are suggesting well, they are somewhat negativee towards change and are very Read More
    1+
  • Anxiety, ADD or Inner Beast? Which one is it?
    Often people want to “get rid” of anxiety, anxiousness, over excitement or anything else that can get your heart racing. I have seen modern medicine be used to “control” ADD, Anxiety and many other so called “diagnosed condition”. “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear not a sense of fear” Read More
    1+
  • Good Advice VS Bad Advice
    Advice Formula: I’m sure I’m not just speaking for myself but we all need to be humble and modest enough to ask for advice. Most people will love to give advice as we are genetically predisposed to giving advice, it just comes down to the question whether it’s good advice. Just because the advice Read More
    1+
  • Clarity – without it don’t even bother
    C.A.A.R. or Car, the vehicle used to get you from point A to point B formula. Clarity + Action + Activity = Results Formula Between running multiple businesses, new born, another baby on the way, team management, accounting, fitness and all the relationships I had to keep up with I was beginning to Read More
    1+
  • Why is Calculated Risk Key in Execution
    When analyzing your past you can observe what choices you had made, the results from the choices and learn what worked and what didn’t. Over time when making choices we get wiser with decision making as few hard lessons teach us how to be more conservative towards making choices. Over time and with Read More
    1+
  • Self-Learning (Why some learn and some never do)
    Throughout the years there are certain lessons we all go through, many lessons are inevitable but unfortunately certain lessons are ignored although crucial for personal development. The lessons in many ways can be, difficult times, failure, unlucky moments or disguises of lessons dressed in Read More
    1+

Top Posts