What’s IPDx All About?

If you’ve never been to an IPDx, I want to first explain a little more about what IPDx is and what you can expect. I started attending live motivational events in 2015. The experience was amazing and the drive I left with after these events was palpable. The first thing I thought when I got home was, “I want to do … Read More

The Power of No – A Step in Personal Efficacy

Saying no has power. Truth be told, our no has more power than our yes but many people have missed this in life. How we see ourselves from day-to-day has enormous power over where we take ourselves from day-to-day. It also has enormous power over what opportunities we take on in our lives and the ones we don’t take on. … Read More

Planning is Better than Pondering

Planning > Pondering Planning is one of the first critical steps in achievement. Without the plan it’s difficult to decide where/when to begin, or even what to do first. One of the things I see a lot in working with driven individuals that have great dreams, is the tendency to spend more time pondering than taking action. It’s the classic … Read More

Leaders Are Learners

Growth and advancement in life come with increased levels of knowledge and understanding. What I have learned about the most successful leaders I know is that they are all life long learners. No matter how advanced they are, they find a way to stay hungry for knowledge. For me, it’s simple, if I stop learning now I will forever stay … Read More

When You’re Ready to DO THE WORK

We just completed our 3rd Impact, Purpose, & Destiny Seminar in Philadelphia this past weekend! The crowd was amazing and came READY to do the work. What does ready to do the work mean? When you’ve committed your life to continuous improvement, you in turn, seek out opportunities for growth. Many times it take extra work just to do the … Read More

What Not Giving Up Has Taught Me

The third year I failed to get into medical school I had a serious choice to make — would I turn to the side and give up or would I give it another go?? That year was particularly a tough year because in my worry, I applied to optometry school as a “back up plan.” I thought it was the … Read More