Pain can help you find your purpose. Most people spend their lives focused on their own pain. That's why most people die long before they are buried: they are focused solely on their own pain.
In most cases, it only takes one willing person to make a huge difference in a community, a nation, or even in the world. It only took me one "YES!" to accept the call to what has become my life's adventure; one step to begin a journey around the world and beyond.
When it comes to success, it's easy to think that ingenious, intelligent, and diligent people will inevitably become successful entrepreneurs.
In today’s fast-paced world, there is a simple solution to counter the stress of high-tech. It’s called “high-touch” or “massage.” In a society of “instant everything” we all seem to be running flat out. Our bodies get sick to slow us down, and we wonder what happened.
There's a common perception that life balance can only be accomplished by doing less.
During my encounter with burnout I realized that I needed to learn how to relieve stress on a daily basis in order to prevent a re-occurrence of that horrible experience.
Burnout was by far the best/worst experience of life. Worst because it almost cost me my life and best because it has enabled me to help many people beat burnout and achieve balance for life.
The swift and sudden descent of depression, along with worry and fear that caught me totally unaware as burnout struck in May 1987, was a shattering experience.
As a serial entrepreneur, author and speaker it is my life purpose to share my experiences (both successes and failures) with young people around the world to help them know, go and grow as young entrepreneurs.