Living in the moment is a huge thing that we all take for granted. When you do, amazing things can happen. Today I’d like you to learn to focus your efforts on the little things to positively affect the big picture. Let’s have a cup of joe.
This was a lesson revealed due to a broken irrigation system. Almost every day you will encounter things that make you uncomfortable, make you feel stressed or basically put you under pressure. These situations provide great opportunity for you to better yourself. Let’s have coffee together.
Doing well, doing your best is essential but to be great you need to be consistent with this effort. And the great thing about this is that everyone is capable of doing this, it doesn’t take any special talent, it just takes the will to do it. Let’s dive into this and talk about ways that might help you achieve this. Make mine an Americano this morning!
Almost every day you will encounter things that make you uncomfortable, make you feel stressed or basically put you under pressure. These situations provide great opportunity for you to better yourself. Let’s dive in to this over coffee today.
Today’s episode was inspired by a commencement address I was made aware of recently. In a nutshell, be conscious of the way you think about the world around you. It really takes an effort to do this. Things aren’t always happening to you, you are happening to them. Let’s talk about it over coffee today.
What is that force, that process that keeps you moving in a positive direction and keeps you away from the negative direction? Today we take on the things that keep your daily momentum by staying committed to your daily promises. It’s a two-stage process. Let’s share some coffee and get with it.
At times in your life you will find yourself having to be a leader. I know, I know…. you may be one who avoids raising your hand and volunteering to lead but it’s more than that. Even as a parent you will need to be a leader. Today let’s look at leadership with a different perspective. Whether it is as a parent, teacher, heading a committee, company or elected official. Keep this in mind today - build your character first before you truly understand what it is to be a leader. I’ll take mine black, no cream for this one.
Today we’re going to talk about fame. In our social media-centric world we need to get a handle on this topic. I got the inspiration for this episode from Leo Braudy who wrote “The Frenzy of Renown: Fame and It’s History.” Here’s what I want you to consider today: if you want people to recognize you and remember you, make sure there’s a reason for it. Let’s have coffee.