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JAN
23
2017
How to Get Unstuck

How to Get Unstuck

Isn’t it funny how we find ourselves sharing the very message that we need to hear? In my last article I talked honestly about how easily we can get stuck. – Stuck in relationships – Stuck with our finances – Stuck in a job that we don’t like –
JUN
01
2016

Zombies in the Workplace – with Tom Ziglar

As a young man, I learned a great deal from Zig Ziglar. Attending his seminars, reading his books and listening to his tapes helped shape my mindset and career path. While Zig is no longer with us, The Ziglar legacy lives on through his son, Tom, as well as through the Ziglar
JAN
24
2016

Top 5 Ways to Get a Slight Edge – Episode #42

It’s said that true change comes in small increments. In episode #42 of the Top 5 Scope, I’m joined by marketing professional Darin Kidd, who explains the top five ways that you can get that slight edge that makes all the difference in business and life.
NOV
21
2015

Top 5 Books You Need to Read – Episode #15

It’s said that leaders are readers. And in Episode #15 of The Top 5 Scope, I share five books which I think you would really enjoy. Featuring business, personal development, inspiration and a little sociology, these are titles which should be on your bookshelf.
JUL
18
2015
Joel Comm at TEDx

Being Human in the Digital Age – A TEDxMileHigh Talk

In the last 10 years, technology has changed the way we engage and interact more than in any other period of time. Mobile and social have connected us in ways we never imagined possible. While there have been many advantages to the advances we are experiencing, there are also
JUN
29
2015

I’m Disappointed in You

His book had transformed my life. As a young man searching for answers, his work came along at the right time and I found what I was looking for. So when I ran into him outside a conference he was speaking at, it was only natural that I couldn’t wait to shake his hand and
MAY
03
2015

Audvisor Provides On-Demand Content from World’s Greatest Thought Leaders

We live in an age of on-demand content. We want what we want when we want it in the format we want it. From the success of the iPod and the natural transition to digital music delivery through services like Spotify and Pandora to the live video streaming systems such as Netflix,
DEC
27
2013

You Say You Want a Revolution

Every New Year, it’s the same thing. The ball drops, we sing Auld Lang Syne (which most people don’t really know the words to) and we hug and kiss those that are dear to us. And then come the resolutions. I’m going to try to quit smoking. I’m going to try
JAN
04
2010

Inspiration Takes a Vacation

As December was coming to a close, I began to think of how I might help inspire you in the new year. I knew I would write something and post it on January 1st. But it didn’t happen. In fact, January first found me uninspired. I was enjoying hanging out at home with my
DEC
31
2009

Lego Construction Contest – The Perfect Team Building Exercise

I’m always looking for interesting ways to create unity amongst my team. With over twenty people on staff, its easy to get bogged down in our daily load. Being a kid at heart, I try to think of things that will be engaging and fun. One step into my son’s room gave me
DEC
24
2009

Foreign Translations of My Books

I’ve had the privilege of authoring three books which have done quite well in the marketplace. The first one, The AdSense Code, came out in 2006 and went on to hit the New York Times Best Seller list for two months in a row. The book still sells quite well as an
JUN
27
2009

The Power Of Your Blog Comments

In Twitter Power, I described blogs as one aspect of the social media revolution. I think that might have surprised some people. Blogs, after all, pre-date the kind of interaction that we can see on Facebook and LinkedIn. They’re more like old-fashioned publishing, in which
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