Celebrate little successes – key to be more and contribute more

Dr. Ganz Ferrance, a psychologist and international speaker, did not have the best upbringing. For the longest time, he thought he was not very bright. And, that nagging doubt did not stop, even after he earned all the degrees. Dr. Ganz later learned to “Accept your little successes – they are evidence you have produced […]

Treasure your relationships – key to success

We are so fortunate. We love our job! One of the best things Joel and I get to do, everyday, is to go deep with an entrepreneurial, industry expert – pick their brain, and learn from their mistakes, observations, best practices, and in-the-trenches advice. Subscribe to the show and never miss one: Raise Your Game – […]

A common trait of successful entrepreneurs.

Pei and I are having a blast with our dynamic, fast-moving, live radio show: “Raise Your Game – the ON-DEMAND resource for authors, coaches, and speakers”. Since the beginning of the year, we’ve helped a variety of callers and information-seekers, get focused, explore for better options, and take action on their next business-building step. Another […]

Is it time for a career change?

One of our callers asked a very interesting question – “Is this what I’m supposed to be doing in 10 years?” As it turns out, that question, and ones similar to it, have been showing up a lot lately in her circle of friends. She probably wasn’t expecting one of the comments I made to […]

What’s the best way to get your message out there? QUIT!!!


It seems like almost every day, there is another online tool, group, or community to get involved with and add to our stretched schedule. I don’t know about you, but the thought of having to manage and keep up with just one more thing is enough to lock down my computer and send my head […]

THE best love story

best love story

(For privacy reasons, names and actual dates are disguised) I’ve seen Edna, a petite, elderly lady, more than once for her dental needs. She speaks clearly, but her voice is a bit weak. One of her two children always accompanies her, especially because she seems to have some memory issues. I was very impressed with Edna’s two grown […]