Leadership & the power of a few: Every body can. Only a few will.


Last Tuesday, I was speaking at a leadership meeting in Fort-Lauderdale, and I quoted best-selling author Malcom Gladwell, a New Yorker reporter, who published the book The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. I am a great fan of Gladwell. I read most of his work. And I encourage you toContinue reading “Leadership & the power of a few: Every body can. Only a few will.”

Reading Ken Dun’s book “The Greatest Prospector in The World, A Historically Accurate Parable on Creating Success in Sales, Business, & Sales.


It’s our community’s book for the month of October.  I read it in one trait. A great read for a great book. This book is a “recipe for mastering the sales process,” said Orrin Woodward, Inc. Magazine top 20 Leader who forworded the book. You can go ahead and read this book yourself and addContinue reading “Reading Ken Dun’s book “The Greatest Prospector in The World, A Historically Accurate Parable on Creating Success in Sales, Business, & Sales.”

Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: your brain can help you become more emotionally fit if you want to.


I had fun this morning having a conversation with a friend at a coffee shop talking about what we did the last week-end. We talked about laughing with friends, having good time doing nothing, and upcoming goals to be achieved in the near future. We talked and talked while drinking coffee, and eating blueberry muffins.Continue reading “Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: your brain can help you become more emotionally fit if you want to.”

Leadership & reminiscences: the value of our time and the connection of our youth with your later years.


What is time? Is our childhood present in our life now? What connect our youth with our later years? These are some questions bestselling author Marietta McCarty, professor of philosophy, invites us to reflect on in her book “How Philosophy can save your life, 10 ideas that matter most.” I started this week by postingContinue reading “Leadership & reminiscences: the value of our time and the connection of our youth with your later years.”

A #lovelifeleadership lesson of courage: Irena Sandler rescuing children against the Nazi Germany


I read Irena Sandler’s story last night. I read it from a collection of stories written by Cameron C. Taylor in his recent Volume 2 of 8 attributes of Great Achievers. I read the story 3 times in a row. Yes, 3 times in a row. I couldn’t believe it. And I had my 16Continue reading “A #lovelifeleadership lesson of courage: Irena Sandler rescuing children against the Nazi Germany”

Setting People Free at the Life Leadership Summer Leadership Convention this week-end in Green Bay, Wisconsin


I spent this week-end at the Life Leadership Summer Convention with my three kids, a lot of friends, and thousands and thousands of members of the Life Leadership Compensated Community in Green Bay, Wisconsin. We had fun, we learned, and we got inspired,uplifted, and renewed with passionate vigor and lasting motivational speeches and, meaningful conversationsContinue reading “Setting People Free at the Life Leadership Summer Leadership Convention this week-end in Green Bay, Wisconsin”