The 3 Most Important Questions

I am a huge fan of both professional and personal development. It is always good to develop oneself. But, what is development without purpose? In this video  Vishen Lakhiani, CEO of MindValley, takes us through a powerful exercise that you can use to identify the purpose that you would like to live in to. Advertisements

Success, The How-To Guide

Earl Nightingale is widely considered the father of self-help and personal growth industry in America. Many of the ‘gurus’ that we listen to today simply regurgitate the same message he already gave in the 1950s. In this amazing audio Earl tells us about “The Strangest Secret.” The secret being how to be successful. I love…

Focus Makes The Register Ring

Knowing what you want to give to the world makes all the difference in the world in terms of income.  As I have been on the constant pursuit of the digital nomad life for the better part of this past year, I am surprised by just how difficult it is to narrow my scope to…

The Science of Getting Rich

I must admit, I was skeptical of this audio book when I first saw it on YouTube. I have seen a million of those get rich quick schemes played out on marketing videos meant to sell you something. I’m glad I took the time out to listen to this recording because it is nothing like…

Be Who You Are and Nothing Else

What do people care about more than anything else? What are we willing to go great lengths to protect? Reputation We care about what others think of us so much that we lie to keep appearances, fold on our own plans for life and play games to make ourselves appear as someone that is purely…

Performance in the Information Age

Education and marketing are my passions. Education spreads new ideas and marketing sells them. In the information age our ideas about education and marketing have to change to keep a competitive edge in a marketplace whose bar of entry lowers with every new computer purchase and high-speed internet connection. We have left the industrial age. However, we continue to…

5 Things Learned from 12 Years as an Educator

I have ALWAYS thought traditional education has been the biggest racket and destroyer of dreams in the world. I loved learning, but hated school. I developed a passion for education because of my love of people, learning and helping others. I became an educator to fight the problems I see in the system. I have…