Leadership Blog – Q is for Question

Asking the right questions takes as much skill as giving the right answers. ~Robert Half Even though most business leaders have years of experience and confidence in their knowledge and abilities, knowing that they don’t always have the answers is a critical skill all great leaders must develop.  They not only need to ask the … Read more

Leadership Blog – B is for Bold

If you think about true leaders, whether they are in a big or small company, in a service or product industry, one key attribute they must possess is being bold.  The leader does not have to be loud or overly demonstrative, but must come across that they are the one who is directing their organization.  … Read more

Sixth Sense

According to the Spiritual Science Research Foundation, sixth sense or subtle perception ability “is our ability to understand the subtle cause and effect relationship behind many events which is beyond our understanding of the intellect.”  ESP, clairvoyance, premonition, and intuition are considered synonyms of sixth sense.  In other words, this goes beyond the five senses … Read more

One is Not the Loneliest Number

There is a famous Three Dog Night song entitled “One is the Loneliest Number”.  However is this really true?  In our fast paced, complicated lives, we are encouraged to “Just Do It” and make it all happen.  We are enticed with emails about fabulous vacations, delicious restaurants, and online classes, etc.  We watch reality TV … Read more

Q is for Quiet

How often do you get the opportunity to be still and have quiet time?  A few years ago, I was walking on the beach early in the morning in Connecticut and I met a man who told me he needed seven minutes of silence a day.  I gave this some consideration as I continued my … Read more

N is for Notoriety

Take a moment and ponder this question – when you pass away, how do you want to be remembered?  We recently lost a family member who died at the age of 85.  He was married and had six children which in of itself was quite an accomplishment.  However, he also worked for the State Department … Read more

M is for Movement

I was listening to the John Tesh radio show and he mentioned that to be more productive you must follow the 50-10 principle; 50 minutes doing your work and 10 minutes spent on mindless activity.  By allowing your mind to wander for 10 minutes, you will actually be more focused after than if you worked … Read more