The Courage to Quit "Andrew Luck is retiring!" came a scream from the living room. I was sitting on the back porch of a friend’s house with a handful of neighbors, when Mathew, my buddy’s 15-year-old sports-obsessed son broke the news. "It’s got to be a joke," we all...
What does “success” mean anyway? For thousands of years, people have been striving to feel successful. For the last 100 or so, the definition has included – “out-achieve everyone else.”
It’s been said many times before by people much smarter than I, everything you want to do in your life has already been done by someone else.
Not long ago, I was working with a client, let’s call her Sue. While very high achieving in her own right, she was also prone to procrastination. And maybe you’re someone who is asking “Why do I procrastinate?” too.
Raise your hand if you are interested in starting a small business because you love accounting. Unless you are starting up a small CPA practice, I’ll assume that you kept your hand down.
Over the years, I’ve shared the lessons and concepts I’ve learned with hundreds of thousands of professionals. I’ve turned a handful of them into mantras that can be repeated daily to keep you moving in a positive direction.
At some point in time, the negative office environment sort of became accepted as the norm. Most likely, you’ve witnessed this firsthand and it forced you to take a long, hard look at your future with that company.
11 Tips For Overworked Professionals Craving Meaningful Change By CJ McClanahan When was the last time you were frustrated with your progress on something? The last time you felt completely unmotivated or uninspired. If you’re like most people, chances are...
Goodbye Mom and Dad: My 2017 in Review By CJ McClanahan “Each generation goes further than the generation preceding it because it stands on the shoulders of that generation.” – Ronald Reagan As the year ends, I reflect on what took place during the past 12...
I think that most people can agree that we are a product of our environment. From an early age, we are heavily influenced by what we hear, read and see. In today's Coach's Corner, I'll talk about the effect our obsession with achievement is having on our kids.