Posts Tagged: Rules for the Road

Do What Is Best for You

Recently I was listening to a story about the famous basketball player Rick Barry, and his underhand free throw shot that he made popular back in the day. It was a great story that he told about why he crafted his underhand toss and how it became a force for free throw points for his… Read more »

If you want something new, you have to stop

“If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old.” ― Peter F. Drucker I received a lot of comments from last week’s show about the limiting beliefs that so many people have that hold them down–mentally, emotionally or physically–or they still have silly, old beliefs that keep them away from what they… Read more »

Your Two Most Valuable Assets

In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, hotelier Ben Weprin said, “The best business advice I’ve ever received came from Sam Zell, who told me the most important thing is Shem Tov, which means your name and your integrity. Make all your decisions upon protecting those.” (Hotelier Ben Weprin on the Best Rooms… Read more »

Why We Lie

Honesty is such a lonely word, and to add insult to injury, exaggeration is the name of the game, and that is a lie. Oh, I know I said the word lie. I said it because, well, that is what it is when you don’t tell the truth about yourself. I know the word is… Read more »

Hope for the New Year

Well, hello, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year in just a few days. As you begin a New Year, I’ll be ending this show after 3 amazing years here on the radio. Please stay with me, and look for me online at www.debsofield.com. Sign up for my newsletter and podcast so we can stay connected… Read more »