Tell Your Story

Unfortunately, sometimes we keep our story away from people who need it most. This is not to say that sharing your story could prevent the next World War, but information makes all the difference.  

Ask Questions

By asking questions, you are never left at the mercy of misinformation. You can gather your own data and make solid decisions that may save you time, money, or your mental or physical health.  

The Body Talks

Eye contact, posture, and gestures are adding color to the story that you may be completely ignoring. 

Shameless Plug

Although the connotation of the word may be a bit negative, I must admit that I respect the effort. 

Plan to Pivot

It is natural to panic or have anxiety when you are greeted with bad news. Planning to pivot means you are willing to make a move that will change your circumstances.

Consistency is Key

Learning to be committed to something is a life skill that will translate into your business, relationships, and family.

The Student Remains a Student

As a student, you naturally hunger for more information. You can come to your teacher with questions, and like a sponge, soak up the knowledge that they surround you with.