Two lucky winners were selected from our first contest.  So, what do we do for an encore?  We are running ANOTHER contest where you can win your choice of a Dunkin’ Donuts OR Starbucks eGift card AND a signed copy of my book Success Is A Process, Not An Event!  Yes, we are giving you a choice if you win!  There is absolutely no risk involved, you simply have to enter; that’s it!   Just simply click here and follow the instructions.  Make sure you share and like our various pages when entering so that you improve your chances of winning.  Good luck!

Do you want it or not?

Do you want that education?

Do you want to become more fit?

Do you desire to be your own boss?

Everyone wants, but not everyone takes action.  It is easy to simply want something; it takes no real effort.  When you take consistent action, you put yourself outside of the norm.  I’ll be real, not all action is good action; that’s the importance of being a student of whatever you’re shooting for.  Nonetheless, even the wrong actions provide the experience you need to eventually succeed.


My first book (woooh!!!), Success Is A Process, Not An Event!  7 Keys To Understanding & Mastering The Processis available on Amazon Kindle as an e-book.  It is a quick, but impactful read.  The paperback version will be available in February 2018.


Success is a process, not an event.  Here are 5 steps to help us achieve success:

  1. Make a commitment to yourself. It has to become a part of you. You can:
  • Write your goal down.
  • Make a poster or screensaver of the goal.
  • Set a daily reminder on your phone of your goal.
  1. A support system of like-minded, POSITIVE people (see Iron Sharpens Iron).
  2. Focus on behaviors that support your goal, not the actual goal itself. Behaviors that support the goal will lead to fulfilling the goal.
  3. Be flexible. The timing and tools you have may not be ideal, but they are usually enough to get you moving in the right direction.
  4. Be resilient. Distractions and disappointments will come.  Take time to reflect upon them, but do not dwell on them.  Get back on track!