Are you mentally and physically centered enough to make decisions that positively affect your life and the lives of others? Whether you’re a CEO, parent raising children, entrepreneur, or a student we all need to brush up on our methods of decision making from time-to-time. Some of the key aspects of how we make sound decisions… Continue Reading
How do we stay focused and balanced without becoming overwhelmed? How do we stay focused and in balance without becoming overwhelmed? One of my answers came during a summit meeting with Brian Buffini. He suggested that we consider the below: The Five Circles of Life Spiritual Relational Vocational Fiscal Personal You may name them differently:… Continue Reading
What if you had a delete and refresh button for doing business in a new or better way? Tips For your business: • Whether you are in construction, a Fortune 500 Company, a non-profit, or an organization — It basically starts with your people. • Maybe a realignment of your Organization Chart is in order!?… Continue Reading
I am proud to announce Sherri’s new book titled – You Can Have It All, Just Not All At Once! endorsed by Ms. Ebby Halliday and Mr. Clint Haggard. You Can Have It All features personal stories from thirty-five women and one man who powerfully share their struggles and triumphs as they strive to have… Continue Reading
…pay attention to those friends and family closest to us. Look for the silver lining in all you have.
The Butterfly Effect is a small little book with a huge message. This author’s quote pretty much tells the story… “Every single thing you do matters. You have been created as one of a kind. You have been created in order to make a difference. You have within you the power to change the world.”
Your audience speaks. Listen to them. Audiences want their presenters to be enthusiastic, interesting, use humor, stories, and to be knowledgeable.
The eight bare essentials of the book should be tempting enough to want to read it in total:
The object of war is peace, and the art of war is peace without fighting. Sun Tzu says, “The reason the enlightened ruler and the wise general conquer the enemy whenever they strike is foreknowledge.”
John Murphy wrote Pulling Together with that principal in mind.