I was involved in a fender bender. Well, not exactly a fender bender but a side door scraper. Everyone was OK. And, mostly, everyone was kind. An officer came quickly to document the incident and see if we needed assistance. I drive a lot and I’ve been blessed that I’ve been involved in only a few minor accidents over many years of being on the roads in the US, Europe, and the terrifying roads of Vietnam. But, this time, I didn’t have my insurance card in my car.
Sharing my thoughts on the subject of work/life balance brought a range of passionate reactions from my entrepreneurial clients, colleagues, and friends. This discussion started when I shared my response for an article I had contributed to in CEO Blog Nation. (This article shared some great tips and perspectives.) [...]
Most highly successful entrepreneurs and professionals are different. They think different, they feel different, and they act different. They’re simply wired up differently. These high performers see the world through a different lens. They're self-motivated, driven, focused, and intense. They see possibilities where others see obstacles and limitations. They approach things with an out of the box perspective and are less influenced by the status quo. [...]
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Mark Metry for his Human 2.0 podcast. We talked about the psychology and mindset of the top 1% performers, and the power of the your mind to create a path to the reality you really want to live. [...]