Book recommendation -Keep It Shut #drivetimechat

Just wanted to share a great read I’m listening to from Audible.  It’s called “Keep It Shut: What to Say, How to Say It, and When to Say Nothing at All” by Karen Ehman.

This book explores how to better control your tongue, knowing what to say and how to say it, and realizing when it is best to say nothing at all.

The book looks into what the Bible says about the many ways we are to use our words and the times when we are to remain silent. Karen addresses using our speech to interact with friends, co-workers, family, and strangers as well as in the many places we use our words in private, in public, online, and in prayer. Even the words we say silently to ourselves.

I found the book refreshing and it provided food for thought and a glimpse into the benefits of prayerful consideration of our words.

Events are life changing


You have to do whatever it takes.  90% of your success is based on the action you take day to day.  Show up as the leader you are to attract other leaders to your team.

Here’s some takeaways from the last 2 days in Vegas:

  • Focus on your dreams and take action to realize them
  • Qualify your prospects
  • Focus on one thing at a time…until you succeed
  • It’s someone’s dream to be where I am today
  • Learn from mentors and put learning into practice
  • Success = Heart + Effort
  • Tell yourself daily “I am a successful multi-million dollar earner with a dynamic, productive, fun team that’s one big family”
  • “If your WHY doesn’t make you cry, it’s not big enough” – Tamia Bethea
  • To join my business you must be coach able & teachable
  • Thank God
  • Keep focused, stay in the race
  • Be a model of health (3 types: physical, financial, and emotional = true health)
  • Drink more water
  • Share with compassion
  • Meet people where they are, not where you want them to be

If you want to be a part of something that gives you the ability to grow as a person, give back to the world, have the best future for you and your family, plus leave a legacy – contact me.  I’d love to find out more about your goals.

Wishing you love, abundance, and wellness.

Inventing Possibilities

I spent the previous 3 days participating in the Landmark Forum. To say the experience was powerful and transformative is a big understatement. I went to the forum to gain the confidence to ask for business. I learned this is called a registration conversation.

We also learned to enroll others in the possibility we’ve invented for ourself. Let me know in your comments if you are enrolled in my possibilities.

I discovered that I’ve been inauthentic in my interactions with others as I was believing “my story” that everybody leaves was reality (aka what really happened). Continue reading “Inventing Possibilities” »

Why should I trust you?

My mentor Daegan just sent me this …

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Just yesterday while checking emails I
got asked:

“Why should I trust you?”

A few minutes later, a message came in
from a person so hungry to change their
life that they were willing to put their
house on the line to work with me.

Not 30 minutes later …

I got a message from someone who was, at
a time working 1 on 1 with who decided
to give up (in my opinion) a little too
soon, only to tell me about, you guess
it …
Continue reading “Why should I trust you?” »

What invisible factors determine whether training is effective?

What should I consider when creating a video or webinar with educational content?

Does my audience have any limiting and enabling beliefs when they watch/read my content? blind-spot

What are the personal aspirations of each person?

To what extent will the new behaviors and skills gained from the content enable them to achieve more of what they want in their lives and work?

Does my topic resonate with the audience? Do they perceive it to be important, relevant and significant?
Continue reading “What invisible factors determine whether training is effective?” »