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Contacts vs. Relationships

Several weeks ago I was enjoying lunch with a friend, Bill J. While waiting for our meal to arrive and while engaged in casual conversation, I began feverishly scrolling through the contact list in my phone. With anguish, I stated … Continue reading

The Power of the Hour

For the last several weeks, I have been consulting with two brothers who are partners in a technology company.  They had grown concerned about the level at which their company was operating and determined a need for “Business Coaching” in … Continue reading

What Inspired The Titan

Recently a friend asked what it was that inspired me to write my first book. I titled The Titan? Some might call it serendipity, but I prefer to it as the “unpaved path” of the entrepreneur. I had for a … Continue reading

What inspired The Titan

Recently a friend asked what it was that inspired me to write my first book. I titled The Titan? Some might call it serendipity, but I prefer to it as the “unpaved path” of the entrepreneur. I had for a … Continue reading

I Wanted To Be Wealthy Until I Found Out I Was

Since I started in the working world my main goal was to create wealth. I am not, nor have I ever been, a lavish or imprudent spender, but I always wanted to create wealth, primarily for financial security. From the … Continue reading

Four Reasons Why People Can’t Find Success

Unwillingness to change Plain and simple, folks just are not willing to change.  Many people wake up every day expecting something different to take place in their lives without doing anything differently.  Until you commit to change you behaviors , … Continue reading

Expect The Best

Why do so many of us spend so much time second guessing our efforts and expecting negative results? After all, if you put in the effort you were meant to from the beginning, you have to WIN. If you start … Continue reading

Competing Mentalities: Scarcity & Abundance

I recently received a phone call from a gentleman who had stumbled upon an article I had written several years ago on why traders cannot leave the (virtually non existent) trading floor. http://www.livetowincoaching.com/the-poison-of-the-pits-why-floor-traders-can%E2%80%99t-leave/ He had done a Google search for … Continue reading

Amazing Golf Shot

I wanted to share a story that happened to me last Saturday afternoon, while playing a round of golf at a local course. It was Saturday and I was at the local Jeep dealership getting the oil changed for my … Continue reading

Tips for Decision Makers in Business

Whether you like to make decisions or not, we are all decision makers. We all make decisions on a daily basis from the time we wake up until the time we go to bed. We make decisions on what type … Continue reading

What Are You NOT Going to Do in 2013?

As 2012 comes to a close, some of us will be looking back at the goals we set for ourselves over a year ago. Several of us will be spending time looking ahead to 2013 and have already set our … Continue reading

Why People Can’t Find Success

It’s plain and simple – people are not willing to change.  Many people wake up every day expecting something different to take place in their lives without doing anything differently.  Until you commit to change your behaviors your life will … Continue reading

Key Signs Success Coaching May Be a Good Choice For You

There are several signs that Success Coaching would be a great option for you to help improve your life or business. See if you fit into any of the categories below.   Fear Do you face fear everyday of your … Continue reading

When Times Get Tough, Communicate the Truth

One of the first things I learned in business is to be up front and honest to your suppliers and vendors during tough times. What will being honest and up front do for you? Among other things it allows you … Continue reading

You Can’t Have My Life…But You Can Have Yours!

You Can’t Have My Life…But You Can Have Yours!   Last week I was having breakfast with a friend. We were catching up, and I was telling him about my kids and how well adjusted they seemed, about my wife … Continue reading

Dare to Have a Good Time

Dare to have a good time. This is something that self-proclaimed hard working people often have trouble with. This is also something that I have had trouble with for years. The thought of actually leaving work, going to play a … Continue reading

Would You Pick You for Your Own Team?

I was thinking about what characters or attributes in a person would be most important to me when assembling the best team possible. Then it hit me; do I possess the qualities that I demand of the people that I … Continue reading

Coaching Tip: Learn to Play in the Red Zone ….

Recently, while speaking with a fellow coach, I started voicing my own frustrations about constantly “getting down to the 1.” In football terms “getting down to the 1” means being one yard short of a touchdown. I mentioned to him … Continue reading

Draw The Line – Restart Your Life

Most people I speak with talk about settling for less than they ever wanted out of Life. Less in terms of their income, relationships, etc., almost anything that requires time and energy. I have several friends and potential clients who … Continue reading

When Contemplating a Career Move, Focus on the Will Do’s

Sometimes when I’m working with a new client or speaking to a prospect on the subject of career change we get into the discussion of what the person is willing to do in order to secure a new opportunity. Usually … Continue reading

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