A few weeks ago I had the incredible opportunity to go do a "Ted Like" talk in Toronto, Canada. My keynote talk is generally on "Break Your Limiting Beliefs Create Unlimited Success" however, this time I was asked to speak on The Top Tips to Effective Leadership!This was really exciting for me as it truly is one of the elements I am incredibly passionate about.
So let's start with the question, what is a leader? What are the qualities they should embody? In my opinion a lea
This week I had the incredible opportunity to judge at DECA which "prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe." It was an incredible opportunity and very exciting to see young minds explore entrepreneurship and emerging start-ups. There were many incredible ideas and concepts that can change the consumer marketplace, however three key elements were consistently lacking in most pr
Are you running your own business right now, preparing to launch something, or thinking about building something of your own? I know you know this but there are a number of start-ups and small businesses out there that are barely making it off the ground. Not because they don’t have the skill or the talent to create a booming business but because of one thing and only one thing! The confidence to commit! You see today as a society we are sold the final product, the gold, the
As you know setting goals can be incredibly difficult. It's interesting because half of my friends and family love preparing goals and the other half dread it because they never accomplish what they set for themselves! Which one are you? Do you feel like you let yourself down every year or do you accomplish your goals with ease? I have to admit, sometimes I fall short of my goals. However, throughout the years and working on the development of Rise Up For You and NLN Producti
Ok, let’s face it, being an entrepreneur is not easy! It requires hard work, commitment, talent, and failure! That’s right, I said failure! But should this discourage you from following your dreams and your passion? Should you settle for the something less than what you want because it’s “too hard” or because “I haven’t landed a gig in months.” I’m sick of watching my friends and others who are full of talent settle as waiters and sales clerks because they are too scared to