How To Start Your Book: Choosing A Winning Message

When you write a book, where do you start? You have the ambition to write a book, but you’re not sure how to structure it. I’ve written 72 books and I publish 4 or 5 books a year with publishers worldwide and this is the main question that I get asked. When I decide to write a book, I’ll sit down with a blank piece of paper and I’ll lay out the entire book on paper without reference to any resource material. I can then write the whole book from beginning to end without even using my notes. I’ll design a book by organizing the chapters and deciding which will be number one, two, and so on. Then I develop… Read more

3 Biggest Leadership Mistakes People Make Today

One of the best leadership qualities that a manager can have is the ability to build up self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-respect in others. As a leader, your choices affect your entire team, especially your leadership mistakes.

However, we’ve all had bad bosses who do just the opposite. Today, I am going to identify 3 of the biggest leadership mistakes people make and provide some solutions.

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5 Common Myths About Success

Every single person has the ability to achieve success. Unfortunately, there are success myths out there that define what success should look like.

The truth is, success looks different for each person. Whether it be in life, relationships, career or all of the above, what does it look like for you?

I have identified the 5 most common success myths that may be limiting you from living your dream life.

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How to Set Priorities Using the ABCDE Method

The more thought you invest into setting priorities before you begin a task, the faster you will get the important things done. The more important and valuable the task is to you, the more motivated you are to overcome procrastination and launch yourself into the job.

William Matthews said, “The first law of success is concentration – to bend all the energies to one point, and to go directly to that point, looking neither to the right or to the left.”

Today, I want to share a method of time-management for setting priorities that I’ve been using for years, called the ABCDE method.

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