Tag Archive for: rock star motivation

Three Ways Rock Stars Overcome Imposter Syndrome

It’s hard to believe that rockstars, individuals who (intentionally) stand up on stage in front of thousands of fans, could battle with confidence… yet they do. Doc Coyle, the guitarist for the band Bad Wolves, said, “Self-belief is not about having irrational confidence or delusions of grandeur. It’s persevering in spite of the fact that […]

How To Leverage Dopamine, To Create Rock Star Motivation!

Imagine the roar of the crowd as you step out on stage, guitar in hand. Thousands of people are screaming your name and you can feel your heart pounding in your chest. The energy in the stadium is palpable as you step in front of your mic and take a deep breath.  You are a […]

Strategies To Reinvent Your Business Like Rock Stars!

Have you ever noticed that the rock stars with staying power have one thing in common? They purposefully reinvent themselves… constantly. It’s orchestrated evolution. Take Madonna for example. The “Material Girl” we all loved in the ’80s. She has been an actress, mother, yogini, disco diva, Mistress Dita, and now, shows women around the world […]

How To Incorporate A Health And Wellness Program With Drumming

Whenever you sit down to plan a meeting, there are probably a number of questions floating around in your head. “What’s the biggest problem challenging the attendees or my team right now?” “How do I provide the most value for them so they feel good about stepping away from their work for a period of […]

7 New Year’s Revolutions Not Resolutions for a Better Workplace

    There’s nothing like a new year to provide the hope and inspiration we need to truly rock out at life. Chances are, you’ve come up with a list of resolutions that will help you become the best version of yourself at home or in business. Perhaps you’re planning to exercise more, eat healthier, […]

5 Steps to Build Rock Star Energy in Your Business

It’s been a while since we’ve had the opportunity to experience a live concert, but just for a moment, think back to the last musician or band you saw perform. Are you there? Remember how you could sense the crowd around you? You could feel the music coursing through you, making your heart beat faster. […]

7 Ways to Provide Feedback to Improve Sales Performance

In order to improve your team’s sales performance, you need to examine what is and is not working well and communicate that to your employees. In the music world, feedback can cause an epic fail during a gig. In the business world, feedback takes on an entirely different meaning. Providing useful critiques of your employee’s […]

How Jury Duty Helps Your Business

How will jury duty help your business? Who loves jury duty? What’s not to love, right? Just think of the networking and interesting people you will meet.  It’s fun, convenient, and the pay is great. NOT! Most people would not agree. In fact, when you mention jury duty, it never seems to be a positive […]

Four ways to make you the One & Only

Have you ever been to a Las Vegas show, experienced a keynote event, or heard and introduction like: “Ladies and Gentlemen please welcome the one and only…………….only to find out they really were not “the one and only”? Or maybe you’ve heard a similar keynote speaker or you’ve seen entertainment acts that reminded you of someone else? What does the one and […]

From Transformation To Change-formation – The Point of No Return

Change is good, but transformation is even better. I saw this sign in the Minneapolis Airport returning from my last keynote of the year in Cincinnati. Have you looked back in the past year at your life or business to see which one you have created? In a nutshell, Change fixes the past and Transformation […]