The Power of Positive Thinking: How to Train Your Brain for Success

Positive thinking won’t allow you to do anything, but it will allow you to do everything better than negative thinking will… That’s a quote by the famous Zig Ziglar. He’s right.

You can’t do everything. However, if you have positive thinking, you can do everything you do better. That’s a goal every leader should strive for.

We want to be better, do better. Why not think better?

When we think positively, our minds and bodies begin to change. Science shows us that there are lower rates of depression when we are positive. Our ability to fight off sickness increases. We become better at problem-solving.

There’s a whole slew of reasons to think positively.

How to Train Your Brain for Success

We have to have strategies for cultivating a positive mindset. These strategies lay the groundwork for creating the atmosphere to think positively and act on those thoughts.

How To Deal With Disasters That Strike Your Business

This is a contributed post to For more information on contributing a post, please see our contributing policies.
Buildings reaching into the sky

Photo by Kevin Matos on Unsplash

Whenever you think about successful businesses, you think about all of the creative processes that they went through and all of the hard work they put in. You only ever really see the glamorous side of things because that’s all they allow you to see. The truth is that they have all been through situations that could have been disastrous if they made the wrong decisions. There is no company in the world that has not gone through things that could kill them. Whether it’s an online business or one that is exclusively brick-and-mortar, they will have run into trouble a few times.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From Champions

A Reel Leadership Article

My latest book, Reel Leadership, is now available on Amazon. If you love movies and leadership, you will love this book.

Champions is a heartwarming story about a down-and-out basketball coach, Marcus (Woody Harrelson), who learns what it means to connect with his team, treat people with respect, and to tone down their anger. Marcus is an assistant coach who is fired from the Iowa Stallions. Why? Because he attacked the head coach, Coach Phil Perretti (Ernie Hudson of Ghostbusters fame).

This leads Marcus down a dangerous path of drinking, driving, and crashing into a parked police cruiser. In a moment of grace, the judge sentencing him sentences him to community service instead of jail time.

7 Ways to Improve Your Online Business Conversions

This is a contributed post to For more information on contributing a post, please see our contributing policies.


If you want to be successful in the digital age, conversions are key. After all, it’s not just about getting visitors to your website—it’s about turning those visitors into paying customers. Luckily, there are several strategies you can use to boost your business conversions and turn more visitors into paying customers. Because it can sometimes be hard to work out what they are or which the best to utilize actually is, in this blog post we’re going to run through them all for you.

1. Make Sure Your Website is User-Friendly

The first step towards boosting your online business conversions is making sure that users have a positive experience when they visit your site. This means having a well-designed website with easy-to-navigate menus and pages, using a good Magento 2 web development agency, as well as attractive visuals and clear calls-to-action (CTAs). Additionally, make sure that the loading time of your website is fast. If it’s too slow, people may click off before they even get to see what you have to offer.

5 Ways To Get Dirty Leading

We don’t get into a leadership position because it’s easy. We choose to lead because we know we can make a difference.

Yet, so many times, we slip into creature comfort. We stop doing important tasks because they can be outsourced or someone else can do them better (i.e., I don’t want to do them).

We stop getting dirty…

5 Ways To Get Dirty Leading

In Spartan Up!, a book about the Spartan endurance races founder, author Joe De Sena mentions how his kids were training for a race. When the kids came to a puddle, they froze. The kids had been taught that they needed to stay clean. They couldn’t proceed past this obstacle until they overcame the mistaken idea that life is neat and tidy.