Tag Archives: mentoring

Even Successful People Are Just People

Before everything in my life went haywire and I ended up at Primary Children’s hospital last Saturday through Monday with my grandbaby (who btw seems to be getting a little better each day thank heavens!), I had the awesome experience of speaking last Friday at Utah State University’s Huntsman School of Business Forum on the […]

Serving those you love and loving those you serve

I spent the last six days in Cabo San Lucas Mexico with the Brigham Young University (BYU) Center for Entrepreneurship Board Retreat. We traveled down with around 45 couples who flew in from all across the United States. These couples are all donors to the University who all share a mutual passion for promoting entrepreneurship […]

The Toughest CEO Position In The World (Forbes Article)

I was a CEO of a high-growth technology company for many years and so believe me when I say that I don’t make this next statement lightly: There is no tougher CEO position in the world than that of the CEO of a home. As CEO of a home you are not just the Chief […]

Time Management and the Parable of the Rocks

Getting back into work after being gone for the summer has made for a hectic week so far. As I started to go through all of the meeting requests and emails and calls I missed the last few months in order to prioritize them, the memory of a parable I once heard came to my mind. […]

American Gnuity: Think Shark Tank meets American Idol

American Gnuity:  Think of it as American Idol meets Shark Tank – this is the new Television Series that begins filming THIS VERY WEEK and the first city for company auditions is none other that Salt Lake City, Utah!  Next the show goes to Austin, Texas, then Nashville, Tennessee and then to Washington D.C. to […]

Mentoring

I mentioned in my tweet last Friday that one of my new goals in my life is to make more time available for mentoring all of you as well as mentoring others. I think my passion for mentoring stems from having had such good mentors in my own life that helped me and taught me […]