I had an interesting thought recently. I realized that we are happiest and most successful when we are fully engaged in our lives. Conversely, when we allow things to separate us from our lives, our lives start to go downhill. Big time. Fast. It’s like time moves on, and we don’t. We get distracted and
You can’t avoid it. One day you will look in the mirror and ask yourself, “Who are you? What did you do with my face?” Age happens. Personally, I’m inspired by my 92-going-on-37 mother, Marilu Norden, who just painted the picture above. I’ve never worried much about getting older, partly because, like my mother, I
If you own or manage a business, I’m sure you’ve noticed that you can be your own worst enemy. This is especially true for entrepreneurs and CEOs, whose personal behavior dictates the decisions that are made and the direction that the company takes. The strengths and weaknesses of the leader infect the rest of the
Our success depends almost exclusively on our behavior. As many wise people have said – and even wiser people have demonstrated – it’s not your circumstances that determine your success, it’s what you do with them. Someone born rich is just as capable of screwing up their life as someone born poor. In this article, I talk about how turning circumstances in your favor and moving past those behaviors that hold you back.