A few weeks ago, I bumped into an old friend of mine, a political blogger. I was taken aback when he mentioned to me that he was ready to give it up. “I’m done,” he shrugged, his voice defeated. He was fed up with the steady barrage of online criticism Read More
How do you lose weight without starving yourself, spending hours in the gym or succumbing in the latest diet fad?
In this episode of Unlocking Greatness, I interview popular dietician and nutritionist Aliza Beer. Aliza has helped hundreds of people lose weight and live Read More
Professor Steven Brown was rejected from his first job after earning his doctorate. Why? Because he was disabled. He was totally qualified, and initially accepted, but the company didn’t want to hire someone with a disability. This rejection may have discouraged most people, Read More
In this episode of Unlocking Greatness, I spoke with noted speaker and award-winning author David Lieberman, Ph.D., whose techniques have been used by the FBI, the Navy and Fortune 500 companies. In this interview, Dr. Lieberman explains the concept of free will, how to Read More
Are you busy all day, but not generating results? In this episode of The Boardroom, Charlie discusses when you need to take a vacation from being busy. Charlie also reviews the concept of deliberate practice (DP) and much your talent and/or weaknesses play into your ultimate Read More
This week on The Boardroom, Charlie discusses Passover and how we can break free from what is holding us back and how the power of optimism can change everything. Still struggling with getting to sleep earlier? Charlie shares a great article and gives practical tips to try Read More
Everyone is unique and special in their own way. If you always compare yourself to others, you need to start reflecting inward. One way to value your uniqueness is to be thankful and grateful for what you have.
This week on The Boardman, Charlie discusses ‘March Madness’ and how we can apply many lessons to our businesses and lives. The quote: “The game isn’t over until it is over,” teaches us a powerful lesson of perseverance. Also in this episode of The Read More
In today’s world, it seems as if no one can walk, stand or sit without being on a phone, computer or tablet. This week on The Boardroom, Charlie discusses the concept of solitude and thinking. He mentions a quote from Thomas Edison and referenced a study from the University Read More
We all love sounding smart, but you have to make sure that your message is communicated when you speak. The use of your language is just as important as the value of your ideas. Most people think that by holding a grudge they are actually affecting the person who wronged Read More