It's been a short time since I transitioned out of the military and began a new career in Corporate America. Since then, I’ve had a minute to reflect back on what I now clearly know was overcoming one of the biggest hurdles of my adult life— reinventing myself.
I wanted to take a moment to reflect on this last year’s events and express thankfulness. I feel an attitude of gratitude enhances our lives and makes them more worthwhile. Experiences, people, and things in my life that make me want to strive to do better; this gets me out of bed in the morning:
As I write this post just three weeks into the new year, most people have already given up on their new year’s resolutions. Could it be that their goals were too lofty or unrealistic? Perhaps most goals are not specific enough. Investing the time to be precise, and creating a plan to reach your goals is the first step. I like to use the acronym S.M.A.R.T. while formulating my goals and a strategy ...[Read More]
My first “real” job I had was when I was 15 years old with a local computer software company. I was a telemarketer tasked to sell CRM products. My supervisor noticed I was having trouble getting people interested in the product on the phone. Realizing I was struggling, he gave me a book that changed my life. It was Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People. While I don’t recall wheth ...[Read More]
Hi everyone, this is my first of many posts. Last week I was in Los Angeles on my social media training tour and had the opportunity to gain a first-hand experience of driving in rush hour traffic. I took that opportunity in traffic to listen to a few podcasts, I was inspired by Navid Moazzaz's Lifestyle Architect interview with Greg Hickman of the Leaving Corporate podcast...