Two strong constructs within my work are to: Support people to clarify and align with their core value system Support people through the process of career reinvention This year’s Courage Award goes to a woman whose story embraces both and has unfolded right beneath my nose. Susan McLaughlin, my partner in life has simply yet … Continue reading The 2012 SoulSalt Courage Award
Each year at SoulSalt Inc. we support the Innovators, the Visionaries, and Entrepreneurs that are changing this world one heart, one life, one project at a time. We are proud to acknowledge Cindy Feldman for her persistent manner of self-discovery and consistent desire to increase the amount of peace and harmony we experience here on … Continue reading SoulSalt Inc. is Proud to Present a SoulSalt Achievement Award to Cindy Feldman!
My entire collection of “greatest accomplishments” has been accumulated through the undying power of persistence. Look around and see if the same holds true for you. Daniel Goleman distinguished the importance of being able to motivate oneself and persist in the face of obstacles and frustrations as one of the four key characteristics of emotional … Continue reading Persistence: Soul Salt Award 2013
Being a philanthropist is synonymous with being a humanitarian, a do-gooder, an altruist. In its most simple form, it is sharing. And the value of what is shared is often not found in the amount or measure of the gift. The value of what is given is often determined by the one receiving. I bring … Continue reading SoulSalt Inc. Honors Fran Brown as Philanthropist of the Year
If you are in the business of coaching (or any business for that matter), there are at least two marketing basics that can lead to enjoying prosperity. First, make sure you have a great product or service. If your offering meets a market need (something that makes your client’s lives better) AND is above average … Continue reading Your Coaching Cause
Early in 1992, Bill Clinton did something that no liberal Democrat had done since 1952: he lost New Hampshire on his way into his presidential campaign. When the votes dry up, so do campaign funds. Clinton’s organization was facing a fiscal crisis. They needed to earn $90,000 in one day in order to stay in … Continue reading What’s Your Story Line?
If you missed our webinar on social-media, on-line strategy and the related trends of 2012, you don’t have to miss the information. Please feel free to share this webinar and the associated PDF file. To view the presentation click here! Listen to the corresponding webinar! If you have a facebook page, if you have a … Continue reading Your Brand and The Social Media Trends Of 2012
SoulSalt Persistence Award Goes to Shannon Dee It has been documented that your IQ can predict about 7 to 20% of our capacity to succeed and lead a satisfying life. This leaves about 80% of our success and satisfaction to other factors. Daniel Goleman, psychologist and former science reporter for The New York Times, gave … Continue reading Fourth Time is the Charm
“The path was wide at first but soon narrowed to the width of my body, before abruptly ending. But I kept going, bushwhacking into the brush. A stack of clouds moved across the sky like an iceberg, gradually covering the sun. The air had no scent at all; I just felt the cold in my nostrils saw … Continue reading Trade Knowledge for Bewilderment