About

This blog is focused on helping you develop and reach your personal and organizational goals. My mission is to help you live with more passion, work with greater focus, and exceed your own expectations.

I write on personal development, leadership, productivity, and social media. On occasion, I write about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories.

My goal is to create insightful, relevant content that you can put to work in your personal and professional life. If you are interested in developing and exceeding your personal or organizational goals, then this blog is for you.

I typically post two times a week. To make sure you don’t miss my newest posts, you can subscribe via RSS or e-mail.

My Top Posts

If you are new to my site, you might want to start with my most popular posts. Here is my top one in each category:

Personal Development

Leadership

Productivity

Social Media

Book Reviews

My Biography

I am a co-author of PDMA Handbook of New Product Development (1996, Wiley). I am also co-founder and the former COO of Oak Associates, a management consulting organization providing training and consulting services to Fortune 100 companies.

I have worked for a large international corporation, and as an executive/owner of a management consulting and training organization. During my career I have had exposure to many industries including medical, manufacturing, retail and service. I have significant experience in general management, new product development, project management, strategic planning, financial management, and marketing.

I have a BS from Thomas Edison State College, an MBA from Suffolk University, and I have a HubSpot Certification in Inbound Marketing. I currently live in Cape Coral, FL with my wife Susan and my daughter Sarah.

In my free time, I enjoy reading, exercising, sailing, and golfing. I attend Cape Christian Fellowship in Cape Coral, FL.

My Contact Information

You can contact me via e-mail or follow me on Twitter or Facebook.

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