Monthly Archives: January 2009

Expect Outrageous Agility with Age

eweber   January 5, 2009   13 Comments

Some people fully expect to fizzle out when they retire and many do just that. Others expect to burn strong, and with research on their side, they seem to hit their finest stride in senior years. What do you expect? Will you fizzle out or burn strong, like Art Zugnoni,… Read more »

Target Tone Skills for Tough Times

eweber   January 4, 2009   25 Comments

I’ve been trying to tap into better tone skills in difficult settings, and find I still have a  distance to go to snip that amygdala before it snipes back. It’s often a matter of reflecting on tools to move forward with respect rather than frustration. Did you know, for instance… Read more »

Question Myths and Reboot Brainpower

eweber   January 2, 2009   29 Comments

Are you living more myths pushed by cynics than mental realities from innovators? You’ll know by how much success or failure you meet on a daily basis. To achieve more success, for instance, you’ll want to burst through mental myths and begin to ride the adventures of reality. How so?… Read more »