• Bob Willard

    It’s one thing to have numbers. It’s another thing to know what to do with them. And the soft stuff – that Adam gives such brilliant guidance to people on – is an incredible set of resources for people trying not to screw this up when they are being led by their passions.

    Bob Willard International Speaker
    Author of Sustainability Champion’s Guidebook

  • 2015 Goals That Work, Not Resolutions
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    2015 Goals That Work, Not Resolutions

    When I think of New Year’s Resolutions, an image pops into my head of being drunk on New Year’s Eve, lamenting all the things I didn’t do last year that I swear (slurred speech) “I’m going to do this year… for sure!” Which rarely makes a difference. Goal-setting, however, can be a different story – and image....

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    The Future Gives You Who You Are

    How are those New Year’s Resolutions going? If you’re anything like me, the often don’t go anywhere – at all. That’s why in my previous post, I talked about throwing New Year’s Resolutions in the trash (recycling bin)… until you’ve gotten complete with the past.  Everything else is lip-service.  Building a ...

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    Completing the Past Beats Positive Thinking

    I sat down to write out my New Year’s resolutions for 2015 – the upcoming year – and realized that I hadn’t really fully appreciated the year that I had just spent living. From coaching training, spiritual practice, and lots of personal growth workshops… I have heard many times to visualize the future I want.  Get a vision bo...

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  • Steal These Ideas… Change the World
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    Steal These Ideas… Change the World

    Your next business might be in this post.  No kidding. One thing I’ve learned over the years, is that the more I keep great ideas hidden — protecting, defending, and worrying about taking credit for them — the less impact I have in the world. When I share frivolously.  When I open up.  When I give things away.  When I let go of cont...

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