Leadership

July 20, 2021

Can You Ask Better Questions?

Do I have enough? As you approach making work optional, you begin to dwell on this question. Have I saved enough? Do I have enough? It’s certainly a subjective question because what’s enough for me may not be enough for you. It all depends on how much it costs to live the life you want to live and how you are going to live when work is optional for you. But more than asking this question, I’d propose you ask yourself a second and third question: Do I have enough to do? Have I had enough? Do I have enough […]
July 20, 2021

The Meaning of Life

Love your God. Help your neighbor. Give your time and talents to worthy goals. Honor your word. Keep an open mind. Inspire your family. Treat your body like a temple, not a woodshed. Spiritual, Emotional, Mental, Physical, and Financial Strength.  Those who retire only to a life of leisure will soon find leisure to become work. As my Pastor, Adam Hamilton once said, “When fun becomes work, it’s no longer fun. I can eat 9 cookies for fun, but the 10th is work!” How many people do you know who have relocated for retirement to play golf only to find […]
April 15, 2018

Paid to Think

David Rock, in his book Quiet Leadership: Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work, shares the secrets he’s learned to become a fantastic leader.  And this doesn’t imply that as a “leader” you own the business, it implies that you work with people.  That you lead people; a group, a team, a division, a company, or a project.  This book is for those times when you are called to lead.  (And if you are a Mom, Dad, Wife, or Husband, then you are a leader by default! 🙂 In today’s world, more people are paid for their brains, not brawn.  As […]