Our greatest teachers often come disguised as bearers of pain. There is no question Covid-19 has brought us both personal and business hardship. Experience Read More
TOP TEN TIPS FOR LEADING REMOTE TEAMS THROUGH UNPRECENDENTED TRANSITION Last week, I reached out to several clients and business partners who have decades of Read More
We are delighted to share that on Wednesday, August 14th, some 40 people gathered at the Del Vino Vineyards in Northport, Long Island for a Read More
It was an exciting opportunity and a privilege to be invited to speak at the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) Conference in Chicago recently, sharing Read More
“Where the mind is, there is the treasure” It’s 2:00pm. You’ve had a full morning of back-to-back meetings. You had hoped to return to your desk Read More
As founder and Chief Learning Officer of Cooperperson Performance Consulting I’ve spent much of my 40 year career examining the ways in which the human will of intelligent, motivated, and seemingly successful Business Leaders can be captured by their own mental circuitry.
Suppose you have observed four young people on their first day at your company and you are asked to tell which one of them will make it to the top? Which one will make the most money?
If people do or say things that upset us, that means we’re losing our balance. Inevitably what follows is that we are going to do or say something foolish that’s going to cost us in the end. So why do we lose control? Why allow emotions to take us over, cause us to do something ridiculous, and create a mess? Eventually, we’ll have to clean it up. So why do we do it?
February 14th, one special day devoted to acknowledging the people we love and appreciating our most cherished relationships. The reality is that every day is about relationships—our life partners, parents, children, co-workers, bosses, customers, and even ourselves. How we respond to each, both outwardly and inwardly defines the quality of these relationships.
The New Year and the whole month of January is the time of new beginnings. This is the time to look forward to the year ahead and to the journey we will need to take within to make change possible. And if nothing changes, nothing will change. Next year will be a repeat of this past year… that’s good and maybe, not so great.