Category : Action Not Words

It’s been a 2014 full of change, challenge and even more change. Things certainly don’t always go according to plan but you’ve got to roll with the punches, so to speak. Overcoming challenges is an important part of life. Overcoming challenges helps us feel every inch of our humanity. I’ve been there.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 3 weeks ago

Whenever you make a decision – life, career, family, politics – we tend to worry more about others reactions than whether or not we made the right call. Making tough choices is always fraught with anxiety, doubt, and sometimes fear. But there is only one way to overcome it: do what’s right.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 4 months ago

Too often in life our will to succeed and our desire to do well gets in the way of the truly important things in life.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 4 months ago

The old axiom that life is short is truth at its core. We only have so many days on this Earth and wasting them doing something you don’t love, or worse hate, just isn’t a good use of your time, talent or energy.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 4 months ago

Perhaps the biggest challenge for me on a day-to-day basis is having patience. Whether it’s patience with my kids, with the morning commute, or with my work, my motor revs pretty high most days. I dive headfirst into almost everything I do with an intensity that sometimes can inhibit my ability to feel a sense of peace or accomplishment.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 6 months ago

The current state of social business has me thinking. Never have I seen so many people self-promote yet never really actually show results nor stability or a track record worthy of the ass kissing they’re getting.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 10 months ago

Is the current economic malaise making us lazy? Do people have a passion for their work anymore? It’s really hard to tell sometimes. America needs to return to hard work – not easy work.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 10 months ago

How you leave a job matters just as much as the work you did when you worked for your former employer. There’s nothing wrong with moving on, but leave on a high note – always.

Scott Gulbransen
Author: 1 year ago