Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Do You Know How to Recognize Burnout Signs Before it's too Late

Michael Levitt recovered from burnout and 369 days of worst-case scenarios - heart attack, job loss, car repossession, home foreclosure. 

Michael learned how to reinvent his life and to identify burnout and stop it before it happens.

Michael Levitt

Michael Levitt is the founder and Chief Burnout Officer of The Breakfast Leadership Network. He is a Certified Virtual Speaker, a Certified NLP and CBT Therapist, a Fortune 500 consultant, and author of the new book BURNOUT PROOF. 

Thursday, February 18, 2021

How Do You Motivate Yourself During Moments of Hopelessness?

David Hennessy

Twenty years ago, David Hennessey created a personal development program called The WONDER Technique. David has presented this technique at hundreds of seminars.

David's training is in Psychology and nutrition and traveled to over twenty countries sharing the fundamental tools of personal development.

After moving to France to support his mother-in-law, his father died, his mother-in-law died, and he was in two car accidents. Then a rock climbing accident left him unable to walk for six months. He felt lost and hopeless. But he used the time to change his focus and formulated a plan to help others going through the same.

You can alter your life by altering your attitude -                                                                 Earl Nightingale

In this interview, David shares how to become resilient, rebuild your life with hope, how to live on purpose, and how to get internal motivation during moments of hopelessness.

Thursday, February 11, 2021

The Ultimate Way to Become a Good Leader

The Ultimate WSay to Becoming a Good Leader
Claudio Reilsono is an author, head baseball coach at Carnegie Mellon University for 16 years, General Manager of the Global Scouting Bureau for 20 years, and Podcast Host who interviews sports legends from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.

Claudio was elected to the Pittsburgh SportsLine Hall of Fame and named "Italian Coach of the Year" by the Italian-American Sports Hall of Fame (Pittsburgh chapter).

In Claudio's interview he shares the years of low points, hundreds of rejections, and constantly being asked when he was going to grow up and do something with his life.

Sunday, February 7, 2021

The Truth Revealed on How to Deal with Tragedy

NO MATTER how we prepare ourselves - when tragedy strikes it often throws us off the course we set for ourselves. 

Truth Revealed on How to deal with tragedy

Mary Potter Kenyon became a certified grief counselor in 2017. Mary works as Program Coordinator for Shalom Spirituality Center in Dubuque, Iowa, where she lives with the youngest of her eight children. Mary is widely published in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies, and the author of seven books, including the award winning Refined By Fire: A Journey of Grief and Grace, and the recently released Called to Be Creative: A Guide to Reigniting Your Creativity.

When Mary's husband, a five-year cancer survivor, died following a heart stent surgery in March 2012, four of her eight children still lived at home. She was 52 years old and had never worked full-time outside of her home. Suddenly she was faced with being a single parent. She had been someone’s wife since she was 19 years old. What NOW?