June 2, 2015 Issue


5 Responses to “June 2, 2015 Issue”

  1. john knuth Says:

    Good formula, Glenn – I never put those qualities all together to quantify self – esteem – THANKS ! nice job

  2. Christine Says:

    I stopped reading the article when you told me to. But I wanted to thank you for writing this and forcing me to reflect back on how my adult like started. I flashed back to my 17 year old self when I graduated high school. I wanted to be a psychologist and because I realized they didn’t make a lot of money, I decided maybe corporate psychology. My path changed so many times over the next 10 years – I ended up with almost an associates in accounting and my real estate license. Ultimately, I ended up at my current place of employment and have been here for 19 years. I have a fancy title which really means little, make what I consider a decent salary but more importantly, I’m happy where I am. I owe it all to working by butt off and following the advice of you and others like you. Stephen Covey was instrumental early in my career and my boss and mentor has also been an incredible influence. I may not be a psychologist, but I do counsel my staff often, so I get the satisfaction of being a mentor and voice of reason to others I work with. While my job may not always be perfect it is rewarding and I wanted to say Thank You for all your weekly bits of advice and oftentimes entertainment. So… Thank you!

  3. Steven Says:

    “If you’re like most people, the current version of you would be a disappointment to the 21-year-old version of you.” Definitely true in my case. But the reverse is also true – in retrospect, I’m also disappointed in the 21-year old version of me. I should have studied harder, saved something, put more focus on helping others, and lived with the future in mind. So, as my kids approach young adulthood, I try to tell them to avoid the dumb stuff I did. Do they listen? No. Did I listen to my father? No. But you are right, Glenn, we have the ability NOW to make a difference to ourselves and others, it’s not too late. Thanks for your encouragement.

  4. Victoria Robertson Says:

    What an excellent article! Everyone should read it and put into practice. Thank you for your encouragement.

  5. V Says:

    Just please continue to write about self-esteem please, and how to raise, then finally how this relate with how we manage and lead. I do believe self-esteem and being a good leader go hand in hand, so please please keep writing about this. Thank you for this articles, I always make time to read when I get these emails.

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