This week I invite you to be a spiritual entrepreneur and examine the metrics that make up your spiritual practice.
What I learned from the monks at the Shaolin Temple – the art of balancing the qualities of warrior and monk in our lives.
So much of what we are taught about helping ourselves misses the truth that real self-help is learning to love ourselves.
We have an opportunity to think beyond the different sexual organs in our pants and to embrace the Yin and Yang inside each of us, in our beings, in our philosophy and in our boardrooms.
I’m going to throw out the rule book of life and institute a new mantra in my life … Tools, Not Rules.
Jack Welch, the legendary former leader of GE, had a rule that each of his business units had to be number one or two in its industry in order to remain a part of GE.