Stuck in the Briar Patch – Leading Through Personal Crisis
Last summer, I was hiking the south side of Saddleback Mountain on a trail that was a connector to a well traveled ATV/Snowmobile road so I could access one of my favorite fishing ponds. Freighted down with my fly-rod, lunch box, back-pack, dog leash, and water bottle, I maneuvered carefully down a gravel path - […]Continue reading
Should I Join a Shared, Co-Working Office Space?
This post is coming to you directly from my new office space at Peloton Labs in Portland, Maine. It might sound odd to some people that I chose to join a shared office space – after all, I have private office space in South Portland – just a few miles from my house. I can […]Continue reading
Day 23 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan -Lighten Your Load
Welcome to Day 23 of the #write31days series! Over the last 23 days we have covered a lot of material and concepts together. Remember, I am offering the Creating Your Motivational Action Plan program for a fraction of it’s regular price this month to celebrate this series… If you’d like to continue this adventure, or […]Continue reading
Day 6 – Creating Your Motivational Action Plan – 5 Essential Tools You Need in Your Entrepreneurial Survival Pack
Welcome to day 6 of a 31 day series “Creating Your Motivational Action Plan” – a simple, one page tool that will guide you on your journey to success. In yesterdays post – I told the story of climbing Mt. Katahdin without my survival pack. I had no flashlights, no rope, and no large first […]Continue reading
What rocks carry the most weight in your life?
Last night, a group of adventurous Trail Blazers met at Gilsland Farms – Maine Audubon to walk and talk about Managing Time – Naturally. Once everyone arrived, I gathered the group of five around the hood of my Subaru and told a story about a professor who taught his class about time management using a […]Continue reading
The Sixth “C” of Confident Leaders
Last week I wrote a blog series “the Five C’s of Confident Leaders” – and I listed the five key elements that leaders must have to lead with confidence – Character, Control, Consistency, Credibility, and Capability. I realized this morning as I was reading my copy of “Think and Grow Rich” by Napolean Hill (I […]Continue reading