My friend Daniel Harkavy and I are pumped about our new book, Living Forward! It hits shelves in March, but we couldn’t wait to tell you all about it. To get a taste of what’s in store before it hits the stores, check out this video.
We’ve seen this process work countless times. If you’re looking for more clarity, courage, and control in your life, Living Forward will give you the perspective and you need and a proven plan you can follow.
Living Forward has already been endorsed by people like Tony Robbins, Dave Ramsey, Seth Godin, Andy Stanley, David Allen, Patrick Lencioni, Lysa TerKeurst, and fifty others. And there’s some big benefits for early adopters.
Daniel and I are giving away over $350 in bonus materials for you if you preorder Living Forward by February 29:
- A free copy of the audiobook (worth $22)
- Admission to live online launch event (worth $197)
- Detailed action plan guide (worth $47)
- Living Forward quickstart audio training (worth $47)
- Complete library of Life Planning templates (worth $47)
You can find out more about these preorder bonuses—including our Leadership Package—by clicking here.
Living Forward offers you step-by-step process to go from where you are now to where you want to be—in your relationships, your career, your finances, your health—every area of your life that matters.
And if you act in the next few days, you’ll receive this exclusive of suite of powerful bonuses that will help you leverage the message for maximum impact.
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I once had a boss who with the reputation of being very harsh. He could be hard on people. But that wasn’t my experience. Why? I knew the secret.
My boss was definitely tough. On a few different occasions I saw him chew a person’s face off. But here’s why: He hated it when someone tried to shift blame for an outcome, especially someone in leadership.
It’s a little hard to believe, but my new book, Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want, is almost here. I wrote it with my friend Daniel Harkavy to help people get from where they are now to where they really want to be—in every area of life.
You can find out more about it here. I’m confident this book will make a huge impact in the lives of those who read it.
I’m also confident we can’t launch this book successfully without you. That’s why we are actively recruiting a Living Forward Launch Team to help us spread the news. If you’d like a chance to join, click here.
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It’s 2016! That means you’ve probably created some goals for the new year already or you’re in the process. But hang on.
People have been making New Year’s resolutions since the time of the ancient Babylonians. I doubt they were much better at it than we are.
Why? Simple. Most of us make the same goal-setting mistakes year after year. I want to turn that around for you in 2016.
We all dream of great things for our lives, don’t we? A fulfilling marriage, happy kids, a meaningful and profitable career. We all know people who have achieved those things, so we know it’s possible.
And the truth is most of us have already experienced more success than we realize. But wherever we are, most of us know that we haven’t reached our full potential either. Maybe we’re stuck or just don’t know the best way forward.
What if I told you the first step toward reaching that potential was as simple as answering just three questions?
Last week I took my entire team on a Caribbean cruise to mark a major accomplishment. Celebrating success is something I really believe in.
Intentional Leadership Team – 2015 Cruise. Photo courtesy of Chris Niemeyer
Family is also something I really believe in—and that’s why we included not only our employees and key contractors, but also their spouses on the trip.
That meant accommodating more than thirty people, but I wouldn’t have missed the chance. It was the perfect opportunity to strengthen the team and recognize the people that make it all possible.
I’m always surprised by what I learn at the movies. I go to be entertained. But many times I walk out of the theater with insights I can put to work in my life.
Over the weekend Gail and I saw the new Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway comedy, The Intern. It was great.
Welcome to Season 5, Episode 10 of the This Is Your Life podcast. Stu McLaren is filling in for my regular cohost Michele Cushatt. In this episode, we discuss the most important asset for leaders and how to safeguard it.
It affects our perspective and purpose. It impacts how we interact with our teams, potential clients, and customers. What is this critical leadership asset? It’s our heart. Today I’m sharing four disciplines to keep it in shape.
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We’ve all felt it. Right before you try a new idea for the first time, there’s always that moment of panic. Is this really going to work? Is it too late to back out?
I say “panic,” but let’s call it what it is: self-doubt. Deep down, whenever you put yourself out there, you secretly wonder … do I have what it takes?
During his recent trip to America, Pope Francis addressed the U.S. Congress and the United Nations. And the truth is leaders of all kinds have a lot to learn from him.
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Francis is enormously popular. But whatever we personally think about this particular pope—pro or con—or the Catholic Church, it doesn’t change the fact that he has been a standout leader worth studying.
What makes his leadership style so effective? Based on what I’ve seen and heard, I’d say it comes down to three primary elements.