HUGH CULVER

Want to listen better? Stop thinking

Want to listen better? Stop thinking

“We have a lot of new leaders and I’m hoping you can inspire them to speak their minds.” my client said on the zoom call.  I feel my chest tighten, pupils dilate - I’m suddenly alert (my body loves the promise of a paycheck). “This sounds great!” I reply, having...

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Final Post: My 2017 wish for you

Final Post: My 2017 wish for you

I’m packing it in. Yup, this is my final post…for the year. And I want it not to be about productivity or the speaking business—I want it to be about living. This time of year the drill is to get out paper and pen and map out our future. Lose weight, save money,...

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In praise of thinking small

In praise of thinking small

I’m sorry, Houston, but we have a problem. Of all the weird wiring society has dumped on us, Go Big or Go Home is the most twisted. And it’s everywhere. Go big in fitness. Go big in business. Go big in money, cars, sports, homes, and chest size. And the media loves Go...

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5 simple steps to getting an abundance mindset

5 simple steps to getting an abundance mindset

We’ve all been there - seems like the world is against us and everything is an uphill grind. Maybe it’s your workload, income, boss, kids, husband/wife/partner or your pant size can’t keep up with your waist size. Nothing seems to work - at least that’s your story....

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Look where you’re looking (that’s your future)

Look where you’re looking (that’s your future)

In the United States there’s a weird statistic about driving accidents that’s a bit frightening, but actually very instructive. Here it is. Of all vehicle related fatalities, one in five resulted from the driver hitting a lone tree or telephone pole - six inches to...

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11 Incorrectly Used Words that Make You Look Bad

11 Incorrectly Used Words that Make You Look Bad

I’m not a word-nerd, really. But, when I’m scrolling through your post or email, or book draft, or whatever and come across a word that doesn’t belong (or, for that matter, doesn’t exist) I come to a screeching stop—can’t help it. So, I thought I would save you the...

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