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The Winds Of Change: How We Can Adapt And Grow In Any Season

By Steve Scanlon |   Apr 29, 2015

 

Exactly a half a century ago, The Byrds made famous a song written by Pete Seeger called “Turn, Turn, Turn.”  If you are humming that melody in your head as you read this, it may say something about your age.*

What Gets Measured Gets Done

By Jason Abell |   Apr 22, 2015

I had an interesting conversation with a client during a one-on-one session (we’ll name this client Casey for fun, even though that’s not his real name). Casey said something like “Jason, I’ve never really been much of a numbers person. If you had asked me a month ago how much I weighed or what my sales production was last year, I could not tell you as I just hadn’t really kept track of that stuff.”

Getting An 'F' In Math

By Steve Scanlon |   Mar 25, 2015

Think back to the last time you took a math test. If your teacher was anything like mine, there was no "half-credit for trying." If you attempted a problem and got the solution incorrect, you got no credit and simply failed that question. The reason for that being that math is not about coming close to the right answer. It is an exact science. I remember wanting more mercy from my teacher for coming close to the right answer.

Opportunities For Growth Are Everywhere

By Steve Scanlon |   Jan 14, 2015

Have you ever had a sequence of events happen around you that are so insane that it makes you consider how life exists on planet earth? I am so very sorry that Gary Larson (the famous Farside cartoonist) hung up his hat because we so desperately need his sense of humor in our lives at moments like this.

The 6 Items Needed To Achieve The Impossible In 53.24 Days

By Jason Abell |   Jan 08, 2015

My daughter, Julia, is working on changing some of her homework habits and last night she asks me “Daddy, it takes 21 days to create a new habit, right?” I spared Julia the half-day workshop  that we do for business people on changing and creating success habits. Instead we chatted about 6 of the basic items that successful people carry along their journey to changing habits and achieving great things (even ones that may have seemed impossible at one time). Here are those items:

The Lizard And Traditions

By Steve Scanlon |   Dec 24, 2014

What a year it has been!

Take it Easy?

By Steve Scanlon |   Dec 11, 2014

 

Make more money, have more peace and get almost anything you want with this one uncomplicated action:

Rewire So You Can....

By Steve Scanlon |   Oct 15, 2014

A close friend of mine recently attended one of our workshops and was deeply impacted by her experience and response to our time together.  Upon re-entering her environment at home, she told a few friends about her time and the nature of our work and hers at the event.  This is wonderful as we love it when people share about what they experienced at our workshops.  Even better, we've seen people multiply their development when they get their community and colleagues involved with their growth in response to our programs.  Overall, she received very favorable feedback as a result of her work.

Rewire Live Series: Introduction to Lizard Brain

By Steve Scanlon |   Jun 06, 2014

 

Rewire Live Series: Execute

By Steve Scanlon |   May 30, 2014

There's such a strange irony when it comes to planning: Many struggle to do it because (they claim) they don't have the time.  But creating and following a plan is one of the best things we can do make better use of our time.

Tied Down by that Habit? You Can Change.

By Steve Longan |   May 27, 2014

Most of us will easily relate to the challenges associated with changing a habit.  You try to drop the soda or give up the smokes and just the thought of it sends you into a full-on panic attack.  That my friends; is a well-worn habit.

Rewire Live Series: Release

By Steve Scanlon |   May 23, 2014

 

Rewire Live Series: Invest

By Steve Scanlon |   May 16, 2014

 

I Failed Again. It’s Not Worth It To Keep Trying. Or, Is It?

By Steve Scanlon |   May 13, 2014

If you haven’t felt it, you’ve likely heard it: “I tried and I failed. It’s just not worth it to keep trying!”  Whether we apply this to giving up an old bad habit, starting a new good one or going after that next relationship or sales success that could change our careers, the reality is that failure is quite certain in our lives at some point.  The question is not whether we will or won’t fail, but rather, whether we continue to go back for more.  Guess what?  Our brains don’t want us to go back for another round and we have to rewire them to approach things differently.

Rewire Live Series: Workout

By Steve Longan |   May 09, 2014

 

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