When you observe the practice habits of the world’s greatest performers, a very interesting observation is clear: They consistently resist the temptation of complexity and instead work on honing, maintaining and improving their ability to perform the most important fundamentals. All time great NFL Quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, at the beginning of every.. read more →

03 Mar 2014
March 3, 2014

6 Ways To Relieve Sales Pressure

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The art of selling has changed immensely over the last few decades.  One thing however that has not changed with organizations is the need for both their sales and customer service teams to bring in the numbers! That’s the way it has been for as long as I can remember; and I have been in.. read more →

Keeping Up The Passion

The Passionate Roadmap Producer Steven Spielberg was heard offering advice to an actor whose career was headed down a predictably mediocre path.  He advised the actor to make passionate choices and to live and work wholeheartedly every day. The actor followed that advice and won an academy award.  Spielberg’s advice offers a great focus for.. read more →

Creating Opportunity

What are your current opportunities? Are you embracing these and seizing new opportunities as they become available to you? Are you continually working on improving in directions that allow you to grow both personally and professionally? We all know that continued self-improvement is critical for success. By working on improving weaker areas in our lives,.. read more →

11 Feb 2014
February 11, 2014

How To Keep Up Your Momentum

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Keeping Up Momentum

Competitive athletes know that momentum makes all the difference in winning games. They develop momentum by either executing a well-thought-out strategy or making a spectacular play that shakes up the competition. When they have momentum, they play their best game. When they lose momentum, they have to figure out how to get it back by.. read more →