Connecting The Dots

Learn more each and every day. Everything you learn is for a reason (and can be used for greater good). Continue to connect the dots.


When You Do Something Exceptional

When you write a blog post, you include a surprise (like a free audio link).

When you sing in front of an audience, your performance is better than the pros.

When you present to a group of people, you don’t use Power Point, you create a short video.

When you do something exceptional, you cut through the noise, and you stand out.

Continue being exceptional.

Pillow Talk

Caught in a Bad Romance? Great Sex, Bad Relationship [Audio]

“Great sex will blind you!”, as one listener put it.

On a very exciting and informing evening, listeners called in and gave us their take on relationships. And not just any type of relationship, but the one that exists mostly due to its sexual nature.

Brittney from Brooklyn shares her personal experience of when she “tried to leave him alone” but she “wanted to try it one more time.”

Bonus Clip:

Ashley from Ohio believes that even when the sex is amazing, it’s not enough reason to stay.

Can great sex keep you in a bad relationship?

Pillow Talk

Dirty Beds, Not Being in The Mood and Other Big Sex Mistakes [Audio]

Noted journalist Penny Wrenn (O Magazine, Essence, Glamour, etc) called in to give us the scoop on the top sex mistakes people make. And, to give us advice on how to fix it.

Penny Wrenn on “Not Having a Sex-Friendly Bed”

Bonus Clip:

Penny Wrenn on “Only Having Sex When You’re in The Mood”


7 Smart Decisions All Kids Under 25 Should Make (Includes Free Audio Link)

Here are a few things that are always a part of my thought process. Please feel free to share this with someone you think might benefit.

1) Stay later than you have to. Whether it’s work, internship, lunch with someone important, get there on time (ten minutes before), and stay until the conversation and enthusiasm has left the room. The secret to striking up conversation with someone important is to wait until the very end, and catch up with them after the let-out.

2) Do it for free. The great result of offering your services for free, is that people find out that you exist. Prices scare customers away when they aren’t confident that you’ll deliver. Offer your services at no cost or even low cost, and if you’re really good at it, they’ll tell their friends about you.

3) Set up meetings with important people. Email someone you look up to and ask them out to lunch. They could say no, and there’s no loss in that. But, they’ll most likely say yes (and, I’m not promising you this, but, they’ll probably pay for your lunch, too.)

4) Ask for an opportunity. The golden response lies in the question you ask.

5) Wait tables. Pour wine from the guests’ right and as you go to the others at the table, move counter clockwise. You’ll also pick up great skills working at a restaurant, and you’ll learn that paying attention to detail not only gets you a major tip (on a really good night), but it also teaches you how to make people happy. That’s all it’s really about.

6) Build a clear on-line presence. splash page is all you need to begin. is a great (free) platform to tell people who you are and what you do. And it’s also the best way to point people to your work.

7) Create something. If you know fashion, tell us what to wear. If you’re a great manager, tell us the secret to leading an effective team. You bake a delicious cheesecake? Teach us how to do it. Either way, we’re waiting on you.