Monthly Archives: August 2014

Success of ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Flows from Donors’ Strong Influence

By now, you have probably not only heard of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but have seen some of the videos people have shot. And maybe you have even gotten drenched yourself and/or donated to the cause. With each bucket…

Being Slow to Speak: The Benefit of Doing What Comes Unnaturally

A few years ago, I wrote about a recurring theme in my life—my struggle to think before speaking. It was accompanied by a helpful acrostic (see on the left) from the word “think.” World Wide Group and leaders like Amway…

After Real Estate Bubble, World Wide Group’s Wisdom Shines Through

“Look at what the masses are doing—and then do the opposite.” When I first heard this comment, many years ago, at World Wide Group (WWDB) conferences like Free Enterprise Days, I thought about how this principle of success could apply…