Forget What They Told You To Be

As I sat down to write my just-released book Turn the Page, I drew upon the stories of the beautiful and inspiring people I have been honored to meet over the past 18 years at my speaking engagements across America. In Turn the Page, one of the points I make is: “To remember who you are, forget what they told you to be.” The inspiration for the sentence above was due, in part, to a fellow by the name of

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Why I Wrote “Turn the Page”

The most frequently asked question about my new book, Turn the Page, which will be released tomorrow, Tuesday, November 15th, is “What inspired you to write it?” I wrote Turn the Page to help everyone choose living over existing! We all possess the gift of opportunity to change and write our story; however, if we habitually find ourselves fixated on the past or on the challenges of today, we will never grow beyond the limits of this self-imposed prison. When something

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Why I Wrote “Turn the Page”

The most frequently asked question about my new book, Turn the Page, which will be released next Tuesday, November 15th, is “What inspired you to write it?” I wrote Turn the Page to help everyone choose living over existing! We all possess the gift of opportunity to change and write our story; however, if we habitually find ourselves fixated on the past or on the challenges of today, we will never grow beyond the limits of this self-imposed prison. When

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Beyond the Money: 5 Ways to Motivate Without Monetary Incentives

Non-cash motivators are more effective than financial incentives in the long run. These may be tough economic times, but that doesn’t mean you can’t reward your top employees for sticking with your company and giving it their best. There are many ways of motivating your staff without actually handing cash to them.

Richer Than You Think

How open is your heart? There are unbelievable stories of what happens when hearts are fully open. The following story is true and, indeed, it involves hearts—pure hearts. It took place about 20 years ago in a large midwestern city.   The Magic of Kindness A postal employee who specialized in the delivery of express and priority mail used to deliver mail to a very posh address in an upper-class neighborhood. The postal employee was a kind and decent fellow

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