The David A. Specht Show is back and David starts with an exercise for listeners. He asks them to visualize the “5 years down the road” version of themselves. Once listeners capture that images, he challenges them to partner with that person to become that person. He also offers steps to take while on the journey to the best version …
The are opportunities all around us. And, like bubbles, they can disappear quickly. In this episode, David explains the “Opportunity Bubble” and gives three steps on how see and seize these bubbles when they appear.
With all the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, David offers hope and suggests others do the same
In today’s episode, David unpacks the need to end things in our lives that aren’t serving us. Whether it is a relationship, employee, business, or habit, we must recognize those things that need to end and take practical steps to move on.
Have you ever had a week where everything seemed to go wrong? Was “Murphy’s Law” in full effect in your life? David had a week like that, but gleaned the truth behind the statement, “The Obstacle is the Way.” Our breakthrough is usually just on the other side of the obstacle, but few want to go that way.
We all need help to be the best version of ourselves. Often, people can see more ability and potential in us than we can see in ourselves. David talks about the value of following a coach or mentor, whether in person or via other means. He tells a story about a coach, a barbell and a broomstick.
Being intentional has become a “buzzphrase” of sorts, especially in leadership. However, acting on that phrase is a lot more difficult (at least initially) than it sounds. At one time, I had the privilege of hosting a church life group in our home. During one of our meetings, we discussed “meditating on God’s word.” Blessed is the one who does not …
Gone are the days of natural in-person interaction at the office. Dave issues a challenge to leaders to foster relationship building among team members by setting the example.