[vimeo id=”138264821″ width=”625″ height=”352″] Be like water. This was the advice given by the late martial arts master Bruce Lee. Strange? Think again. Water flows around obstacles and rocks, finds its way through the smallest opportune cracks and eventually wears down the hardest substances. Bruce Lee explained his philosophy in
[vimeo id=”133196118″ width=”625″ height=”352″] 7 Steps to Finding & Keeping Happiness Happiness. It can be elusive at times especially during times of upheaval and industry change. Being a person who can tend to overthink the why, happiness can become the casualty of our internal thought life. Our internal thought life
From time to time we all can feel like giving up, throwing in the towel and walking away. It may be the challenges of our profession, a relationship or business venture.
[vimeo id=”90920562″ width=”625″ height=”352″] What once worked may be problematic today Oddly our topic that every problem once was a solution reminds me of the now extinct standard fixed rate HECM. It was a solution to borrowers seeking maximum funds or a guaranteed interest rate which became a problem loan
[vimeo id=”89663865″ width=”625″ height=”352″] How Would You Live a Life Without Fear? Have you ever asked yourself the question ‘how would I live if I had no fear”. While no fear makes for a great slogan on clothing and energy drinks, how does one live a ‘fearless’ life? Unfortunately there
[vimeo id=”87820393″ width=”625″ height=”352″] Working Out Negative Emotions in the Workplace I recently had the privilege to take a cruise to Central America. Beyond the fine cuisine, entertainment and pristine scenery I was most impressed with attitude. The attitude of the ship’s staff who catered to each passenger’s need without
Henry Ford said “Most people spend more time and energy going around problems than in trying to solve them.” In other words we can expend more energy talking, complaining and getting worked up about the problem than solving it.