Archives for November 2010

What’s Your “BE QUOTE” for 2011?

As the new year is creeping up on us, it makes sense to start thinking about your high-concept goals (resolutions) for 2011.  My “high-concept” goal has a lot to do with a little-known quote by Socrates.

(I reveal the quote in the “Comments” section at the bottom of the post … and in case you’re wondering who the person is pictured to your left … it is Socrates).

My good friend Darren Hardy is the publisher of Success Magazine and on page 72 of his new book, The Compound Effect, he reveals an immutable truth about goal-setting that’s worth exploring. He writes:

“When most people set out to achieve new goals, they ask, ‘Okay, I have my goal; now what do I need to DO to get it?’ It’s not a bad question, but it’s not the first question that needs to be addressed either.

The question we should be asking ourselves is: ‘Who do I need to become?’ You probably know some people who seem to do all the right things, but still don’t produce the results they want, right?”

I completely agree with Darren.  Like the defining moment when [Read more…]

“What’s Your Genius?”

Jay Niblick

Listen to the Replay…

Jay Niblick is the author of “What’s Your Genius?” It is not yet a #1 New York Times best-seller, but it is worthy of being on your “MUST READ” list of books this month.

During this 60-minute Virtual Book Tour, Jay reveals the two key character traits all “geniuses” have in common and what prevents people from reaching their potential.

If you want to discover your core talents and how to  improve your decision making skills in your personal and professional life, you MUST listen to what Jay has to say.

Click here to add this book to your library.