Tag: jim rohn

  • The Dangers of the “Average of 5” Rule

    Science has backed up Jim Rohn’s theory that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the downsides to strictly abiding to the law of averages and how to avoid them in your life.

  • Making 2018 Better Than 2017

    Part 2 of 4 If you celebrate Christmas, this next week will be hectic. As you lay your head to rest, instead of visions of sugarplums (whatever they are,) you might see all the things not yet done – presents not bought or wrapped, recipes not yet altered to accommodate Cousin Joe’s lactose intolerance. You […]

  • Create Your Best Year Yet, Part 2

    Do you feel as if you lived up to your potential during the last year? Are you still playing catch-up from the hits you took during the economic slump? Are you ready to make big changes in your professional life? Your previous year may not have been the best in terms of job success, but […]

  • Save Time, Effort and Money by Starting Strong on Your Career Transition

      “If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” John Wooden was one of the greatest college basketball coaches of all time, and was well known for his motivational quotes. In this particular quote, Wooden relayed to his players that time is precious and of […]

  • How I saved myself from me

    I beat myself up pretty bad sometimes. Last week was a doozy.  It seemed like anything that could go wrong did go wrong. Usually I know what to do to take myself out of a tailspin; I’ll plug my phone into the radio, and play some motivational, informational YouTube video try to find my center […]