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Patience as an Active Emotion

I used to think of patience as a passive thing, something like raw intelligence, that you either were born with or you weren’t. I thought that someone was a patient person just as I thought…

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Mental Muscles

About 6 o’clock one recent Saturday morning I went downstairs and did a few reps on a Nautlius machine. The longer I live, the more…

Creating a Company Culture

I realized a long time ago that every company had its own unique culture. I wanted to have a special company, where people enjoyed working,…

Balancing Roles: Finding the Anchor Within

Life can be so complex, so busy, so hurried. So many roles, so many goals, so little time. What to do today, where to put…

Principled Profit

I believe in the power of free markets and capitalism to create prosperity, to harness and direct human potential. But sometimes that energy can run…

To Know and Not Do is to Not Know

I sometimes lead a short personal leadership course for the incoming real estate grad students at the University of Florida. I often tell them the…

A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste

“’A crisis is a terrible thing to waste,’ Vinod Khosla laments to Larry Page (co-founder of Google). The two Silicon Valley luminaries are chatting one…

Create Choices, Not Traps

Always Endeavor to Create Choices, Never Let Yourself be Trapped To not have choices is to be trapped. A very real form of wealth, one…

Motivation & Leadership

It has been said there are no undisciplined people, only unmotivated people or those who have not tapped into their purpose. As a young leader,…