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Feb

Which is the best emotional response following a missed shot?

Should I show my emotions during a round or stay calm? This is a question that I typically get asked from top level golfers. To answer this key question, let’s examine the winners of the last two events on the PGA tour. Jordan Spieth, winner at the AT&T Pebble Beach Proam, is fiery like a […]

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09
Feb

Be mentally prepared like Peyton Manning

The 50th Super Bowl is in the books, and like a good Hollywood script, the winning quarterback will eventually be a hall-of-famer. Peyton Manning has never been the fastest quarterback, or had a fantastic arm. But he did what all successful people do in every field. Peyton Manning prepared mentally for every game. He is […]

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14
Jan

Are you still sticking with your New Year’s resolutions?

The time has arrived. It is a new year and time to set those desired goals for 2016. To lose that extra 10 pounds or to increase your list of clients by 10%. The New Year prompts us to be a goal setter. But did you reach your goals in 2015? If the answer is […]

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14
Dec

Giving Thanks can fill you with success

Nov. 26 was the day we gave thanks. According to my eighth-grade history teacher, Thanksgiving represents our thanking the Native Americans for helping the Pilgrims to have a bountiful meal when they were on the verge of starvation. But this holiday has grown much greater than its origins and acts as a day when we […]

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08
Sep

Need Grit? Need to be Unstoppable? Check out how the Wright brothers did it

Due to a popular TED talk by Dr. Angela Duckworth as well as her best-selling book, Grit has captured the attention of the world as a main ingredient to the success formula. But what is grit? And more importantly, how can you develop grit in your life? To best answer this question, let’s turn the […]

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30
Aug

True Treasure lies in pursuit of Mastery

Unable to sleep the other night, I turned on the television and watched my favorite show, “The Twilight Zone.” While most “Zones” usually leave me thinking at a philosophical level, this one had a big impact. This particular episode opens with Mr. William Feathersmith, a very rich and very successful business man, acquiring the last […]

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27
Apr

Fire Your Bad Inner Caddy-Master your inner voice

Two weeks ago, we witnessed a new superstar in the golf world. Jordan Spieth dominated the Masters Tournament, eventually tying the all-time scoring record at the Augusta National golf course. If you watched Spieth that week, or any week on the PGA Tour, you will notice how much he chatters with his caddy, Michael Greller. […]

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17
Mar

Leadership Lessons from John Wooden

A few weeks ago, the Vanderbilt Men’s basketball coach Kevin Stallings came into the national spot light for his leadership style. If you did not follow what happened, Stallings was caught on tape screaming obscenities at one of his players. Stallings believed this player was taunting an opposing player after the game. While many people […]

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01
Mar

Life and Leadership lessons from Tina Fey

By chance, at my local library, I found an audiobook of BossyPants by Tina Fey. While I am sure reading this autobiography is quite hilarious, the audio version is read by the often sarcastic Fey to the listener’s delight. We get to travel with her, from her awkwardness with boys to her unmitigated love for […]

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22
Jan

How Henri Matisse Can Create Your Success

History has created many pearls of wisdom for us to string together. As a speaker and author, I am always searching for stories that enlighten us about our journey to success and prosperity. One such story I recently stumbled upon involves the famed painter, Henri Matisse. As most know, Matisse is one of the great […]

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