Definition Of Success – George McKerrow

November 26th, 2012

Often the most profound truths are stated with elegant simplicity.
George McKerrow, founder of Longhorn Steakhouse, in his fast-paced, ‘never say die’ world knows true success is not found in external ‘stuff’, awards or accolades. Listen to his simple, yet deep definition of success.

Success is out Ahead – George McKerrow

November 26th, 2012

Inspirational leaders have a common trait of forward thinking and movement. George McKerrow, Founder of Longhorn Steakhouse, is always facing forward ~ learning, leading and living. He shares candidly of mistakes and lessons learned, but focuses on success and how life is always in motion. Listen to the energy and enthusiasm in his voice and his spirit!

Turtle on a Post – An Interview with Dr. Betty Siegel

November 15th, 2011

Whenever you see a turtle on a post, you know the turtle didn’t get there by itself. Dr. Betty Siegel, former President of Kennesaw State University, discusses the life lesson we can learn from this fact and how we can apply this to brilliant leadership.

The Formula for Success According to Coach Bill Curry

September 14th, 2011

It would be nice if there were a sure-fire formula to follow for success. Well, Coach Bill Curry may have developed such a formula and he shared it with me in this 5-minute interview. Plus, learn the difference between a good coach and a great coach and listen as he reflects on his days with the Baltimore Colts when they won Superbowl V and the life lessons he learned from that experience.

Four Traits of Successful Leaders – An Interview with Dr. Betty Siegel

July 18th, 2011

Have you wondered what traits are needed to become not only an inspirational and transformational leader, but an ethical one as well? My video interview with Dr. Betty Siegel, former President of Kennesaw State University, reveal these basic traits and how you can apply them toward becoming a brilliant leader!

Legacy – Coach Bill Curry

June 17th, 2011

A legacy is something that we hand down from ourselves to those who come after us. It’s a sobering thought when we are asked what we want our legacy to be. That is exactly what I asked Coach Bill Curry, the Head Football Coach at Georgia State University in this 2-minute video. Take a couple of moments to see his thoughtful and touching answer.