4 Lessons to Remember Forever

One of my heroes is legendary basketball coach John Wooden. Below, I’m sharing just four of countless lessons Coach Wooden has taught me through his books. Foundation of success lies in industriousness with enthusiasm coupled with skill. Never be afraid to make mistakes. If you are not making mistakes, you are not doing anything. Young people need models, not critics. The purpose of criticism should be to correct, improve or

Three Reasons I Fail

Every single time I have failed in life, it is only because of one of the following three reasons: I did not respect the process. I did not respect the results. I did not respect myself. Let me elaborate on each of the points further for better understanding. I did not respect the process Achievement takes work. It’s a process. Often times the shortcuts are going through the entire process

Maya Angelou imparts words of wisdom

I was inspired today by an email I received from a friend about an interview Oprah had done with Maya Angelou on her 70th birthday. In there, she imparted some words of wisdom. It is my humble attempt to share them here with you. Quotes by Maya Angelou “I have learned a lot about a person by the way he/she handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and

Decision Funnel

Don’t you wish there was decision funnel through which you could run every task on your to-do-list and throw away the unimportant? Well, now there is. Several months ago, I heard a fellow named Rory Vaden on a podcast. He was promoting his book Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time. The title piqued my interest because until that day, all I had ever heard was how procrastination