I am blessed with some musical ability and the “entertainer” gene… But my most important gift is exhortation. Yeah, when my friend, Mark Hollingsworth told me that 20 years ago I said what many of you are thinking: “What’s THAT?” It means it matters to me that the people around me do better. Not just…
Above, I was no more proselytizing for Buddha, than I proselytize for Dr. Seuss when I sing “I do not like green eggs and ham” to the tune of “Black Dog.” 🙂
Stop whining, it annoys people.
Stop complaining, it doesn’t change anything.
Stop making excuses, they only justify inaction.
Choose now to get well, decide what that means, and do it.
We’ve all heard of something being “Second Nature,” – a skill or habit someone does so well they don’t have to think about it. Walking, tying your shoes, riding a bike, brushing your teeth, speaking your language… are all second nature. So here’s my question… what is First Nature? When I first considered it I had an…
My What IF? Challenge is 16 powerful sessions with me, each a fun, 3 – 4 1/2 minute video with a carefully chosen “What IF?” question I designed to transform your mindset, open up your possibilities, give you more time, and supercharge your performance.
Your questions and inner dialogue define the quality of your life and all of your results!” Success in anything – careers, relationships, parenting, health, etc – requires that we continually transform the way we think.
…there are a number unexpected personal traits that may be keeping you from achieving the success you would otherwise attain.
Are the following traits holding YOU back?
Excellence Is Not Linear, It’s Exponential… The Simple Math Behind Luck and Becoming a Virtuoso. Back when I played more than 1400 bar gigs for $60-90/night, and later more than 1800 college shows, I refused to relegate myself to being background music. Night after night, honing my skills, I made it a challenge to pull…
Write Bad Songs I used to get horrible #writersblock. Like, write-one-song-in-a-year writer’s block. This was bad considering my career relies completely on creating regularly. There was a reason I was a “struggling” songwriter in Nashville. Writer’s block (and all procrastination) ultimately comes down to one word: FEAR… usually of failure, success, or rejection. I developed…
When you use powerful words, instead of a plethora of words, you maximize clarity, impact, and the likelihood of a yes.