Madi Johnson

Monday Mo: Elevate Through Social Media

Social media is a powerful tool and luckily enough, it’s right at our fingertips. A frequently asked question is, “does my business really need social media?” The answer is YES. It’s evident that most consumers discover brands for the first time on social media platforms. To put it into perspective, there are more than 4.2 […]

Michael Tominaga

Monday Mo: Leading With Intent

Leading a team is hard enough as it is, but leading a team and having the ability to do it with excitement and get buy-in is another topic. One skill that can help with this task is being able to persuade people. Oftentimes persuasion can have a negative connotation in the mind of people, but […]

Monday Mo: How To Reach Your Goals When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed

Have a million things on your plate and don’t know what to do first? I think no matter how motivated we are, we all tend to fall into this trap. Don’t worry, although I won’t judge you if you do. Take a deep breath because you can do this! When I find myself lost in […]

Monday Mo: Achieve Success With S.M.A.R.T Goals

The new year is always a great time for some self reflection and evaluation. I like to take the time to think about all that I was able to accomplish during the previous year, and then set some goals for the future. Goal setting is something that I think can feel intimidating to most people. […]

Shane Campbell

Monday Mo: Chasing Goals and Enjoying the Climb!

I have not always been a quote-lover or quote memorizer, but one particular quote has stuck with me and guided me throughout my professional and personal life. The funny thing is, I don’t even recall who said it. The quote is this: “Life is about making progressive, positive, changes until perfect,”  and I added this […]

Dan Ralphs

Monday Mo: Beating 11%

In many circles, New Year’s Resolutions have become a punchline as much as a practice. Why? Because, the percentage of fulfillment is abysmally low. Of all the studies I’ve looked into, the highest completion rate was 11%.  Pitiful!   However, businesses only grow to the degree that their business leaders grow. In almost every case, the […]

What’s Stopping You?

A couple of years ago I committed myself to eating better and exercising more. My doctor advised me on a diet that I could easily follow. I didn’t hesitate, I dove right in and immediately started feeling better about myself. I had more energy, more motivation, and more confidence. I started hiking every weekend, and my […]

The Two Types of People in the World – Which One Are You?

Growing up, my father drilled an important phrase into my head. “There are two types of people in this world – those who find an excuse, and those who find a way.” He would always push me to strive for the latter, although I wasn’t always quick to comply. Finding a Way As a young […]

Lessons in Leadership From My Grandma

As a kid, I was lucky enough to spend most of my summers at Grandma’s. My grandma was a fiery woman with a great sense of humor and an undying work ethic. She was strict, but incredibly patient and smart, with an uncanny ability to pass on her wisdom in a way that sticks with you. Some […]

The Dangers of the Neutral Zone

Progress and growth are two of the most fulfilling things in life. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as looking back and realizing you’re doing something better, faster, or more efficiently than you were weeks or months ago. However, life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies. There will be days when you look down at the scale […]