If you had a bank that credited your account each morning with $86,400—with no balance carried from day to day—what would you do? Well, you do have such a bank…time. Every morning it credits you with 86,400 seconds. Every night it rules off as “lost” whatever you have failed to use towards good purposes. It […]

This week’s thought comes from a recent family movie I saw  We Bought a Zoo.  Matt Damon delivers a great line in the movie –  “All you need is 20 seconds of courage to change your life”.  It’s not about analysing every decisions,  over thinking solutions or having a Plan A, B and C.  It’s about […]

I loved this line from a recent blog entitled ‘The Disciplined Pursuit of Less’ or How your closet can help you to achieve focus in your life … Think of what happens to our closets when we use the broad assessment criteria: “Is there a chance that I will wear this someday in the future?” […]

We are frequently taught that leaders, especially aspiring leaders, should hide weaknesses and mistakes. I personally disagree with this wholeheartedly.  It is not only good to admit you are wrong when you are; but also it can also be a powerful tool for leaders—actually increasing legitimacy and, when practiced regularly, can help to build a […]

A little something to get over Hump Day…. “I’d rather regret the things I’ve done … than regret the things I haven’t done.” — Lucille Ball I just loved that! Thanks to SUCCESS Magazine for the inspiration. And check out this excellent article which nails the basics of great service – the-secret-sauce-for-increasing-guest-satisfaction-in-hotels