I love the Nike slogan – just do it – and their swoosh logo. Their logo reminds me of a check mark on a to do list. Just do it is so true though. It’s so simple – just do the action and swoosh there’s another checkmark done on your to do list. But you …Read More about Stop Waiting until you feel like it! Take a step out of your comfort zone.
As successful as I was, or thought I was, I struggled with so many “things” as a business owner.
As I was writing in my Journal this morning I recognized that all of us that are living in the US are living in a place where our opportunity to be the best we can be is only limited by our own thoughts and actions or lack of action. Think about it. If you are …Read More about Your Opportunity To Be The Best You Can Be
Discipline The early spring irises are past their peak and the last blooms are almost spent. The iris clumps that are over 4 years old are now huge and their rhizomes need separating. If they are not separated, they will lose vitality, grow weaker with each passing season and produce fewer blooms. Separating the iris …Read More about The BayLeag Blog: Discipline
Is there a difference between gratitude and thankfulness? On the surface they seem to be the same, but I believe gratitude takes things a step further. How often do we stop and count all the things in our lives we are truly grateful for? How would your life be different if you did? It is …Read More about Gratitude Leads to a New Attitude
With the coming of May and Mother’s Day, my mind swirls with images of flowers of every scent and color. I could never really identify which would be called “my favorite”. For each, have their own distinct qualities, virtues, and attributes. All varieties flourish in the full potential of bloom. As I come to understand …Read More about Water the Flowers Not the Weeds
Last week we were visiting with some of our life long friends that we do not get to see very often. Among other personal family topics we were discussing were strategies for building wealth and accelerating that process as we both are quickly approaching the “golden years”. Then it happened… As we were going down …Read More about Paid In Full
The process of Executive Coaching is such that I, the Coach, do not provide direct advice. The one receiving the Coaching wants something, a change, an improvement, more of something, less of something. The conversation centers upon self discovery for the one being Coached. Sometimes there is not much to work with, at least …Read More about Creating From Nothing