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Limiting Beliefs and the Pieces of Generation Why Not?

November 13, 2018

Last weekend, I was interviewed by entrepreneur Troy Hoffman for his podcast, The Daily Question. We spoke all about my latest book, Generation Why Not®? 7 Principles to Peak Performers, Driven by Attitude, Not Age, and about how limiting beliefs can hold entrepreneurs back!

I’m so excited about this book! I’ve been interviewing so many fantastic, purpose-driven entrepreneurs who have figured out how to release themselves from the limiting beliefs that were holding them back. I got to share some of the key traits of people who are a part of Generation Why Not®?

Does this sound like you…or someone you want to be?

  1. Open to possibility
  2. Believe anything is possible
  3. Know you are a co-creator with the universe
  4. Universal Laws are unbending
  5. Universal Laws are embraced, not resisted
  6. Intentions are based on abundance, not lack or fear
  7. Commitment to what they want and desire is greater than their commitment to fear
  8. They listen to the wisdom of their intuition
  9. Committed to the journey as much as they are to the outcome
  10. They allow for the universe to bring them results by being unattached to the specific outcome

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What is Your Intention for Your Business Brand?

October 10, 2017

A big part of your Business Brand is the experience that your clients have before working with you, while working with you and after working with you. It is the experience that they enjoy and it is important for that experience to be consistent each time you have a “touch point” with them, ie. newsletters, social media, blog posts, speeches, delivery of services and/or products, follow up, payment structure and follow up.

There’s a wonderful book entitled, The McKinsey Way. Even though the founder, James (Mac) McKinsey is no longer alive, the culture…the internal Brand and most importantly, the Intention of the Brand is similar to what it was decades ago, when it was first founded in Chicago by McKinsey.

I have always been inspired by the consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, since my son, David, worked for them out of college. I was impressed that the whole company took a day off just to review it’s values!! Interestingly enough, McKinsey is known as a CEO Factory, as many of its consultants end up running large companies. Read More