Everybody knows that tough decisions are a part of life. Oftentimes, we have to do things that we don’t have much choice in. Those decisions include confronting people, following up with a client, asking people out on dates, and so on. Why not simplify your decision-making process? Continue reading “Should You or Should You Not?”
I was once almost stranded in another state, 7 hours from home.
A few weeks before releasing this article, I traveled from New Jersey to North Carolina on a business trip. On the way home, I came shockingly close to being stranded 7 hours from home. And 3 hours away from the place where I had been staying.
Continue reading “What Did I Learn From Almost Being Stranded?”
Why bother trying to fit in?
Most people make it their life’s goal to keep up with the Joneses. Teenagers damage their own lives to be like the cool kids. Adults put themselves in debt to impress dates and coworkers. In the end, they often wind up with problems that could have been easily avoided just by staying in their own lane. Continue reading “7 Reasons to Stop Trying to Be Like Everyone Else!”
You don’t need to learn another language.
As of this writing, I’ve lived in predominantly Spanish neighborhoods for the past 15 years. Naturally, I get quite a few calls from Spanish prospects who start by asking me a certain question: “Do you speak Spanish?” In the beginning, I would lose those prospects because no, I don’t. Then I figured out the trick to inviting people to meetings and closing sales, in spite of the language barrier. Continue reading “How to Handle Prospects Who Speak Another Language!”
The secret to getting what you give.
Let’s face it: most of us want something in return for doing things. What if I told you that you were guaranteed to get something in return every time you gave something away? Would you give more often? Continue reading “What Can You Get From Giving?”
Number one is weird, yet effective.
Everybody gets angry, whether it’s the friendliest person we know, or our favorite personal development teacher. The difference between those people and those who need anger management therapy is simply a matter of how they deal with anger. Continue reading “3 Simple Ways to Manage Your Anger!”
5 great lessons in personal development
Most people don’t think of professional wrestling when they think of personal development. On the outside, it seems like just another violent TV show. However, underneath all the people being slammed through tables, pushed off ladders, and beaten with metal chairs, there are some great life lessons. Continue reading “What Can Wrestling Teach You About Success?”