It’s Just a Little Bit Easier… Not To

Have you heard of the story of Weldon Long?

Weldon’s story is the archetypal rags-to-riches made-for-TV narrative of someone who has overcome unbelievable setbacks.

He was homeless. He was addicted to drugs. He was serving a 13+ year prison sentence. He had no hope for a future.

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There is Never a Right Time

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Change.

It’s constantly on my mind as a speaker, consultant, and professor. What are the changes that we want to see in our clients, partners, and students?

More importantly, what are the changes we want to see in ourselves?

As I wind down my first full week of food journaling and exercising 3x a week – I’m struck by how easily we can adjust when we have to. Don’t get me wrong, being more disciplined in my exercise, journaling, and food choices is not easy. And it’s only been one week, but I can already feel the change in my mindset.

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Be Intentional About Your Teammates

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Social Media Marketing guru Chris Brogan speaks of the importance of having advisory boards. According to Chris, an advisory board is, “your own group of people to bounce ideas off and that might guide you forward through your challenges and next steps.

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