Powerful – yet simple – advice on living and connecting well

Every year I re-do the big bulletin board in my office; the one my friend Cindy had made for me several years ago.  It’s three-and-a-half feet tall and four-and-a-half feet wide. Huge and surrounded by a magnificent frame, much like the kind you’d put...

What don’t you want?

“Of all the ideas you’ve ever had,” he said, “that’s one of ’em.”  That was his kind way of telling me I had hit rock bottom with an idea. I was thrilled. This was years ago when I was a freelance copywriter and marketing...

Don’t give someone else the keys to your New Year

Sometimes scrapping something mediocre, letting go, and starting again with more inspiration and intention is the best strategy.  Case in point: this post.  I had another perfectly good post written for you, but it just didn’t feel quite right.  So I gently set it...

After “no” it’s time for “yes”

If you’ve read my book The Intentional Networker™ you may recall Chapter 5. It’s all about saying a gracious, but firm ”no thank you” to anyone or anything that keeps you from what you really want.  You know what I’m talking about here:  the energy-drainers, the...

Ebook giveaway: The Intentional Networker(tm) on Kindle

First, I hope all of you are headed into a Labor Day Weekend filled with fun, relaxation, family time, quiet time, or whatever it is you’re seeking. Second, if curling up with your Kindle is on the agenda, here’s a free offer you won’t want to miss:...