Archive for the Purpose Category

Effectiveness Is A Path To Results – Not Productivity

This was one of those blog titles that I plugged in a few weeks ago because I thought it would be a good topic for one of my upcoming posts. As I opened up wordpress to start in on the post I had to laugh.  This is a picture of my desk at the exact […]


WILTW – Finding The Clarity You Need To Close The Gap

Here we are … “What I Learned This Week” Friday.  Along with the usual stuff this week, I spoke with a handful of corporate executives, attended a few webinars and participated in a few mastermind groups.  The theme this week in just about everything I did was CLARITY. For me personally, clarity was the difference […]


The Wealthiest Place on Earth – The Graveyard

Alright everybody, I will let you know right now that this post is intended to call each and everyone of you out, including me!  I first heard this geographical lesson from Les Brown, and it went something like this: “The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is here that you will find […]


The Men Who Built America – Thomas Edison

Well here we are, a new year and a new plan, right?  I know this –  the Platform Builders have some new plans for 2014 and this year we are starting our Mastermind study with a little twist. This month we are masterminding through The Men Who Built America, a DVD produced by the History […]


Isn’t It About Time You Start Living In Your Sweet Spot?

I posted a series on Discover Your Sweet Spot – The 7 Steps to Create a Life of Success and Significance back in October but I wanted to offer up the abridged version today and invite you to a special call this Wednesday, January 8th celebrating the official launch of the book.  (click here to register for […]


How Does Someone Who Hated English Class End Up A Writer?

Most of my High School years were spent trying to stay out of trouble. The only subjects I ever really did any good in were shop, gym and math.  English?  Not even close.  In fact, the only good memory I have of English class was my freshman teacher, Mrs. Miller.  It really didn’t even have […]