Archive for Business Fundamentals

So what is the prerequisite to getting what you want? Here was my hint from yesterday. The prerequisite is a “bad news — good news” sort of thing. First it may seem like bad news, but when you think about it, it is really actually good news. About ten years ago, I was about to leave […]


One afternoon during a break at our latest Mind Vault Intensive, one my clients closed a $12,000 sale with a new client. That’s pretty cool, wouldn’t you say? Of course, she did it herself, but the correlation is no accident. We spent the morning focused on a fundamental principle of creative success. This principle is […]


Quick update and idea for you. Over dinner at our Mind Vault Intensive last month, an idea that came up is the distinction between manager’s time and maker’s time. If you don’t get this distinction and put it into practice, you are likely leaving a lot of opportunity untapped. Manager’s Time: Short time blocks of […]


That Kind of Money

June 6th, 2014

You know the expression “that kind of money”? As in “I would never spend that kind of money on ______!” Chances are you heard your parents or relatives use this phrase at some point growing up. I did. Chances are you’ve used that same expression yourself about something. I have. Please like & share:


This week’s post is dedicated to Muriel Summers, Principal of A.B. Combs Leadership Magnet Elementary School in Raleigh, North Carolina. This week, A.B. Combs was named the number one magnet school in the U.S. — an award that they have now won twice. We are blessed that both of our daughters have grown up at A.B. […]