Defining your perfect life

If I want to define the idea of my perfect life, then I would need to set aside any barriers that may prevent me from achieving that perfect life.  My perfect life would sound just like this- financial stability, running my own business, maximum time available for my family and friends, freedom to purchase my dream cars, and … Continue reading Defining your perfect life

The tortoise and the hare

Remember the story about the tortoise and the hare?  Although the hare was quicker, the tortoise never did rest and ended up winning the race.  The tortoise managed his time better than the hare.  What if instead of speed, the hare had a larger income than the tortoise, but the tortoise managed his money better. … Continue reading The tortoise and the hare

What is really important?

Imagine driving into work on your typical route and some crazed driver cuts you off. You are quickly upset and throw your arms up with emotion.  You want the crazed driver to pay for his stupidity.  Then you take a deep breath and let it go.  You quickly realize there is a bigger picture than just that … Continue reading What is really important?

Building your goals

In building my goals, I start by understanding my current situation in 4 focus areas.  These focus areas are going to be different for everyone because we are not all participating in the same activities.  Here are my 4 focus areas: Professional career School Personal business / investments Personal life In each of the 4 focus areas, … Continue reading Building your goals

Talent management

It does not matter if you are a doctor, teacher, lawyer, policeman, chemist, engineer, or any other profession you can think of.  You must acquire a talent to be successful in your career and it is up to you to manage that talent.  A talent is defined as natural aptitude or skill on  To build your … Continue reading Talent management

Your needs are important

Everyone wants something... including you!  I understand there is a difference between wanting something and needing something.  Often, these words are used interchangeably, but in reality they should not be used interchangeably.  If you want something, then it should mean it is something you desire, but do not require.  If you need something, then it should mean it is something … Continue reading Your needs are important

Balancing your priorities

At this point, I cannot think of a better title for this blog than Balancing your priorities.  Have you ever felt overwhelmed when there is simply too much going on?    This is a scenario I find myself in too often, which increases my stress levels making me feel overwhelmed.  It seems like there is always … Continue reading Balancing your priorities