“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony,” said Gandhi. What happens when we apply that same definition to leadership? And how can we achieve that kind of leadership in our businesses? One of the most impactful lessons I have learned as a leadership development coach is…

leap off the ledge

Do you ever get the feeling it’s time for a change? That something more or greater or different is ready to develop in your life? It may be time to step to the ledge and prepare to leap into a new phase. To begin, you must identify where in your life you want this new…

appreciation

According to the latest scientific findings, there is a biological law that governs every moment and aspect of your life, from your physical health to your thoughts and attitudes to your personal and business relationships. This law states that at every stage of life, we are in either growth mode or protection mode. This is true at the…

If you are grateful but don’t take the time tell anyone, does it count? In a way, it’s like wrapping a present and not delivering it… When shown appropriately, gratitude has tremendous power. At a minimum, it will keep you from appearing ungrateful. On the other end of the spectrum, well-expressed thanks can open doors, solidify relationships,…

confident kids

One of the most powerful and lesser known benefits of network marketing is that it teaches us life skills and success principles most of us were never exposed to through traditional education. Being involved in a business that forces us to continuously work on ourselves and become better in every aspect of our lives has an…

I was at a big networking event. More than nine hundred people were in the audience, and I asked everyone there: “How many of you came here hoping to do some business—maybe make a sale?” Almost everyone in the audience raised their hands. I then asked, “How many of you are here hoping to buy…

servant leadership

Leadership is not about telling people what to do. A true leader shares power, puts the needs of others first, and helps people develop and perform at their highest level. We call this servant leadership. Here are seven things leaders do, and why they are important: 1. They sell, they don’t tell. Servant leaders persuade others with…