How to Write Objectively on a Personal Topic

We all have at least one area of expertise in our life. When it comes to sharing this knowledge with other people, whether it be on our website, blog, social media or newsletter, it can be challenging to stay objective and make it relatable to an audience who doesn’t share this same expertise. A similar … Continue reading How to Write Objectively on a Personal Topic

At the Intersection of Passion and Purpose

Over the last two years, I’ve taken my casual relationship with running and turned it into something more dedicated and committed. I feel stronger than I ever have in my life as I embrace this newfound passion for pushing my limits and accomplishing what I had always deemed “too hard” or “too uncomfortable.” My passion … Continue reading At the Intersection of Passion and Purpose

The Easiest Way to Find Your Passion

What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question we have all been asked at least once in our lives by a teacher, guidance counselor or parent trying to steer us in the right direction of a fulfilling career. Can you recall how you answered? I’m willing to wager that a … Continue reading The Easiest Way to Find Your Passion

How to Become a Better Writer

To excel in any profession it takes both dedication and talent. From doctors and lawyers to singers and actors and everything in between, you must continually practice to stand out in your respective field. Writing – whether as a profession or simply as an everyday skill – is no exception. Writing is the core of … Continue reading How to Become a Better Writer

Fear or Inspiration: The Two Motivators That Makes Us Move

We see it in the news, read it in a magazine or hear it within our networks almost every day. There’s some new start-up that’s growing exponentially and breaking all kinds of projections. They’re on the fast track to becoming the “next big thing.” It’s enough to make any small business owner or entrepreneur want … Continue reading Fear or Inspiration: The Two Motivators That Makes Us Move

Examining the Foundation of Effective Teamwork (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

This week's post comes from returning guest blogger, Todd Shirley. Todd is a talented writer with a wealth of knowledge to share. I hope you are inspired to leave a comment or engage in conversation after reading this post. To learn more about Todd, please visit his biography at the end. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Examining The Foundation … Continue reading Examining the Foundation of Effective Teamwork (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

Panic Does Not Equal Passion

For better or for worse, I seem to be pulled toward career paths that are not for the faint of heart. Just when I caught my breath from a whirlwind statewide gubernatorial election, it took merely 4 short months before I needed that adrenaline rush again. I craved the feeling of having meaningful tasks to … Continue reading Panic Does Not Equal Passion

Success Versus the Work-Life Balance (Guest Blog by Sam Bessant)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Sam by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ In this day and age it is often assumed that one cannot be truly successful at work whilst also being … Continue reading Success Versus the Work-Life Balance (Guest Blog by Sam Bessant)

Quarter Life Crisis As An Indicator of Differentiation (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Todd by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. (I should also mention that Wednesday March 7th is his birthday--so be sure to give him some extra love!) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ While … Continue reading Quarter Life Crisis As An Indicator of Differentiation (Guest Blog by Todd Shirley)

Why Success Is More Likely If You Love What You Do (Guest Blog by Rory Alexander)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Rory by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I have done a lot of things up to this point in my life and only now am I realizing … Continue reading Why Success Is More Likely If You Love What You Do (Guest Blog by Rory Alexander)