Live On Purpose, Not By Accident

There are many definitions of “success,” but the only “true” definition is living your life on purpose, instead of by accident. Troyal went to Oklahoma State University on a javelin-throwing scholarship, but athletics did not feel like his real calling. So he asked himself a crucial question: “If God came to earth with a box containing the reason for my …

Change Requires Commitment

Four frogs are sitting on a log. One decides to jump. How many are left? Most people say “three.” The answer is “four.” Just because one decides to jump doesn’t mean he does it. Decision does not automatically translate into action. That’s one of the myths in change management. Too often I hear leaders and managers telling their employees: “We’re …

Complacency Is the Enemy of Opportunity

Security is an illusion. Opportunity is all you have. Today’s tip may be difficult to accept. After all, you were led to believe that you could find security in teddy bears, blankets, parents, teachers, spouses, leaders, and governments. But you’ve also learned that all those things can let you down. The natural, normal state of life is insecurity. You’re going …