3 Kinds of People

Why do some people take action and accomplish much in life while others do not? I've found that people generally fall into one of three categories... Read More »
Tom Leu | 29 November 2016 | Psychology | No Comments   

Need It Most

I’m so sick of some people dismissing blog posts, talks or trainings on the so-called “soft skills” as simply “common sense.” Just because you may have read a few books or articles on communication and listening skills, or even attended a seminar or two over the... Read More »
Tom Leu | 28 November 2016 | Communications, Psychology | 1 Comment   

Daring You To Move

I get it. You get down. You feel out sometimes. You get stuck in ruts… don’t we all right? But this doesn’t have to mean you’re down and out all the time. Winners in the game of life aren’t victims; always... Read More »
Tom Leu | 25 November 2016 | Communications, Psychology | 1 Comment   


Happy Thanksgiving, and all that happy horse shit… I don’t mind holidays… I enjoy them as much as the next guy, I just don’t gush over them like a lot of people do. Yes, I’m thankful for things in... Read More »
Tom Leu | 24 November 2016 | Psychology | No Comments   

Power of the Potty Mouth

Other titles I considered for this article that I didn’t choose, but liked them enough to still want to list them here: “The Pragmatism of Profanity” – “The Value of Vulgarity” – “The Swagger of Swearing” – “The Cunning of... Read More »
Tom Leu | 23 November 2016 | Communications, Psychology | No Comments   

A Million to One?

A million to one… are these the odds for success? Not necessarily. Hedge your bet by inverting this assertion. It should read one to a million… In radio, DJ’s and hosts are trained to speak as if they’re broadcasting to... Read More »
Tom Leu | 22 November 2016 | Psychology | 2 Comments   

The Bad News

Anyone who has ever “managed” other people has been there. This includes everyone from industry leaders to shift supervisors to soccer moms… Somebody drops the ball and you’re now the one who has to deliver the bad news… The... Read More »
Tom Leu | 21 November 2016 | Psychology | 3 Comments   


“How you doing?” It’s a question we all get asked all of the time. And the typical, short response most throw out is: “Fine.” Really? You’re “fine.” I doubt it. There’s likely more going on. This is the “I’m-really-feeling-a... Read More »
Tom Leu | 18 November 2016 | Psychology | No Comments   


I’m convinced that for many, dare I say MOST people, simple common courtesy is an extinct, and outdated concept. “Do this, do that, I need this, I want that, and I want it all right NOW!” Rarely does a... Read More »
Tom Leu | 17 November 2016 | Psychology | No Comments   


There’s nothing glamorous or appealing about a “starving artist.” Perhaps it’s attractive at some point; short-term, but never really appealing, long-term. No one truly enjoys going without; struggling; just getting by; barely making it. Only on television and in... Read More »
Tom Leu | 16 November 2016 | Psychology | No Comments   

Willing AND Able?

… “Are you willing and able?” It’s usually posed as a single question, when in fact, there are two very distinct things at play here. Willingness and ability are not the same thing of course, though we’re often led... Read More »
Tom Leu | 15 November 2016 | Psychology | 1 Comment   
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