The Lazy Standard

The Lazy Standard

Hey there! First and foremost I want to thank you for reading and your interest in ExecutingPassion. I know some of you are in the same boat I am–wanting to become an entrepreneur and needing help making the transition. I know some of you are here for other reasons....
Do You Have the Fire?

Do You Have the Fire?

The Violin Prodigy A young violin prodigy was walking down the street one day trying to decide whether or not to pursue a life in music when he came upon the most famous violin teacher in the world. Scarcely believing his luck, he stopped the great teacher a nd asked...
Guest Post: Learning from 2012 For a Better 2013

Guest Post: Learning from 2012 For a Better 2013

Hey Team!! I am excited to share a post written by a good friend over at DreamJobProgram.com. Drew Tewell shares a couple valuable tips for approaching a new year with enthusiasm and focus. Here is the post: ____ Wow, after a great first month (December 2011) of...
How to Find Your Way Back: 3 Steps to Kicking Ass Again

How to Find Your Way Back: 3 Steps to Kicking Ass Again

How to Find Your Way Back: Three Steps to Kicking Ass No matter what happened to get you to reside in the funk you are currently in, life will get you out, if… That is a big if. Sometimes, the head of steam you had going takes an alternate route that leads you...
Why We Forget, Or How to Honor a Veteran

Why We Forget, Or How to Honor a Veteran

Have you ever stopped to think why we forget about our veterans? I mean ask any veteran and they will almost surely tell you they feel forgotten. I think the reason that the vast majority of Americans don’t connect with this national holiday, is because they can…...
A Sexier Something This Way Comes

A Sexier Something This Way Comes

“All great masters are chiefly distinguished by the power of adding a second, a third, and perhaps a fourth step in a continuous line. Many a man has taken the first step. With every additional step you enhance immensely the value of your first.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson...
Am I Just a Cog?

Am I Just a Cog?

“.. almost everything – all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the...

Just-in-Time Learning Series: The Feynman Technique

What if you could gain understanding and increase your insight into a high-value topic? What if you could understand difficult concepts with ease? How much would that be worth to you? Maybe 15 minutes of your life? So far in our series on Just-in-Time learning, we...
Just-in-Time Learning Series: Cognitive Disequilibrium

Just-in-Time Learning Series: Cognitive Disequilibrium

Part I of Just-in-Time Learning Have you ever felt so deeply that you were right about something only to find out just how wrong you actually were? How did it feel to learn the truth? What did being wrong feel like? For me, when I answer that question it does in fact...