15 Quotes about Pain to Pivot Your Perspective

To conclude this series on pivoting your pain, I leave you with 15 powerful quotes. These quotes show how we can pivot through pain to think bigger, reach higher, and do what we never thought possible.While each of these quotes are valuable for the individual, they are ripe with application for executives and entrepreneurs working in the workplace to create disruptive innovation. Read More

8 of the Most Common Types of Pain that Prevent Your Success – and How You Can Release that Potential

In this post, I introduce eight of the most common types of pain that prevent your success as an entrepreneur or employee. When you pivot your perspective, each of these eight can be a springboard to your ultimate success, and your team’s success. This post is especially valuable for leaders understanding how to leverage their power to unleash the ultimate performance, production, and profits. Read More

What if You Looked at Pain as a Threshold to Audacious Results?

Instead of seeing pain as debilitating, what if you shifted to see it as a threshold to what you ultimately want? In this post, you will learn about 5 types of pain that you can use to think bigger and reach higher. Read More

What if I Told you that your Pain Indicates Your Pivot Potential?

With this post, I’m beginning a short series of blog posts about pain. It’s not that I love pain, but that pain is a pivotal point for anyone looking to think bigger, reach higher, and achieve their ultimate success. Read More

Countering the Excuses: Which of the 7 Caustic Responses are Preventing Your Audacious Pivot?

In the last post we discussed the top 9 excuses people make to avoid pivoting to their next, great opportunity. In this latest post in my 2022 audacious success series, we discuss the 7 caustic reactions when anyone counters those earlier excuses. You will want to read this because whether from yourself or others, they will push back. In a recent post, I challenged you to declare what you ultimately want in 2022. In making that decision, why not think bigger? Why not reach higher?  Read More