Increase Capacity: Expanding Your Skill and Confidence

You and I know what is probable, but seldom understand what is possible. Andrew Shapiro is an example of someone who blew through “probable” and set a new standard for “possible.” Inspired by his father’s triumphant battle with cancer, Andrew committed himself to setting a Guinness World Record for pull-ups. He practiced incessantly, building his…

Engage Others: Learning from the Pros

Did you know that Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone and Charles Lindberg were good friends? They had homes in Florida and often fished, dined, and socialized together. These highly successful men shared similar interests and philosophies, and through their individual perspectives and ideas, they challenged, sharpened, and expanded each other’s thinking. We become greater…

The Learning Quadrant: Being Intentional with Your Intellect

“The illiterate of the 21st Century are not those who cannot read and write but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” Alvin Toffler said that in his book Powershift…in 1991. I believe it is still true today. But how many people intentionally improve their learning skills? In today’s fast-changing environment, there’s really no choice—to…