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Monthly Archives: July 2014

THIS IS MY HALFTIME STORY: STEVE IVASKA

By Steve Ivaska “God, just don’t let me pass out,” I prayed, and began to crawl on my hands and knees through the snow and towards our lake house.  It was the morning after Christmas in 2009, and much to the displeasure of my wife, Pat, I had gone out for a morning run, leaving her to host the kids & grandkids, and prepare brunch for the entire family of fifteen.  But running several miles to help reach my personal goal of eleven hundred miles for the year was

THIS IS MY HALFTIME STORY: STEVE IVASKA2018-02-02T22:11:16-06:00

THE “COWBOY” APPROACH TO YOUR SECOND HALF JUST DOESN’T WORK

By Jeff Spadafora, Director of Global Coaching Services Taking the cowboy approach to your second half? U.S. President Herbert Hoover created a romantic notion of the American ethic when he coined the phrase “rugged individualism.”  In the business world (both in the U.S. and internationally) there’s a similar value – “the boot-strapping, self-made millionaire” – that permeates the business person’s psyche. Many successful people attribute their success to attitudes such as independence, self-reliance, courage, hustle, and aggressiveness. While this may have been their mindset, I have found with further questioning, for

THE “COWBOY” APPROACH TO YOUR SECOND HALF JUST DOESN’T WORK2018-02-02T22:11:42-06:00