Archive for October, 2010

In the world of productivity, Brian Tracy’s “Eat That Frog First” philosophy has been very useful for understanding how to tackle your to-do list every day for maximum efficiency and momentum as you plow through your tasks. In summary, his philosophy is that you should tackle the most difficult item on your to-do list first, […]

We all feel down on ourselves from time to time. Sometimes our day just doesn’t seem to be going our way. Sometimes our worries and fears get the best of us. Sometimes we are disappointed because we set our expectations too high. Sometimes there is no reason at all. This is something we all experience, […]

I must say, it’s been a very busy month. After the release of my “Unlimited Drive”, every other obligation in my life came stampeding back. Despite my lack of free time, I have a lot of interesting blog posts that are in-process and will be released in a week or so,  so look forward to […]

Earlier today, I took Gallup’s famous StrengthsFinder test to help me learn more about my natural strengths. According to Gallup, the reason for taking this test is simple: successful people develop and exploit their strengths, rather than reinforcing their weaknesses. Although this sounded fine at first glance, I later became unsure of how I felt […]




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