Solopreneurship: The Most Overlooked Career Paradigm For Seniors

Today I turn 55.  And it has been bugging me for the past week.  Fifty-five is when things begin to happen to people.  From the eyes to the toes, to parts in between, things seem to lose some of their youthfulness. It’s the age when the government considers you a senior citizen.  I don’t know […]

New Blog Series – “The Superpower Series”

Discovering and Embracing Your Superpowers in Work and Life

Superpowers, Breakthroughs, Career, Leadership Development

As some of you know, I recently conducted an experiment on Facebook whereby I asked my community what they felt was a unique ability or “superpower” that I possess. The idea came about through a book I’m reading this week by Pat Flynn called “Will It Fly.”  It’s a business book about validating potential business […]

Two Fail-Safe Ways to Find Treasure in Personality Assessments

Personality, Leadership Development, Work, Team Building, Career, Behavior, Character, Interior World

I’ve lost count of the number of fee and free personality, temperament, strength and skill assessments available today.  Some are based on well developed behavioral and management science. Some, I’m convinced, are based upon substance-accompanied late nighters against deadlines to create copy for pop culture magazines.  You know, the “why your lover acts like a spoiled tarantula” crowd. […]

3 Effective Principles for Re-Entry After a Vacation

From Cold Start to Contagious Productivity

mindset, creativity, getting things done, focus, work, career

As the sun rises on your first workday of 2016 the hope and promise of a new year is staring us right in the face. Many of us are coming off an extended holiday with much in the way of food, fun, family and various work-avoidant activities. Re-entry can be tough. Especially after an extended […]