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June 8, 2017

What’s your legacy

When we write a book, we always begin with the end in mind. We ask a client specific questions over six weeks on telephone coaching calls. This is an intentional process for creating speeches and writing books. One of the questions I ask is: What was the best day of your life? […]
December 22, 2016

An Invitation

  This child I met on the streets of Dallas. We played basketball joyfully and I carried her around for hours.   I’d love to invite you to join me and my kids and our friends and team at OnFire Books, as we welcome the homeless in on the red carpet, December […]
November 16, 2016

Time is Currency

  Article by Tiarra Tompkins, Vice President of OnFire Books. Where are you losing your time? Time is an interesting concept. We all have the same hours in a day. For those of us who wake up, we can choose how we spend that time. Sometimes those choices are hard. Despite our […]
September 19, 2016

3 Brilliant Tips You Can Use To Build Business Relationships

  Popularity matters. It might have been a negative term in the past, drawing up images of the mean girl in high school. But that’s not what it means today. Let’s not kid ourselves. No one desires to be unpopular. Social equity is the new currency. And no matter who you are […]
September 17, 2016

Disruption: More than a buzzword

Everywhere you look it seems as if someone is talking about the word “disruption.” Disruptive innovation is written about in articles and blogs on Forbes, Smart Money, and the Harvard Business Review, among others. An entire industry has flourished around this one word and now there are disruption consultants, disruption awards, disruption […]
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