The Formula That Leads to Wild Success- Part 1: Michael Jordan


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Coaching

The Formula That Leads to Wild Success- Part 1: Michael Jordan

By on June 29, 2016
In Part 1 of the Formula that Leads to Wild Success, I write about Michael Jordan: how he encountered adversity and overcame it, to become the greatest of all time.
5 Big Ideas: What to Change Now In Business Christopher Connors


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Leadership

5 Big Ideas: What to Change Now In Business

By on June 14, 2016
Here are five big ideas of what to change now in business and management, in order to create a better environment for employees and managers.
How Will You Respond To Adversity? Christopher Connors


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Coaching Leadership

How Will You Respond To Adversity?

By on June 13, 2016
The mettle of who we are as men and women is tested during moments of adversity. We must respond with competitive greatness and poise, backed by faith.
Never Accept Defeat. Empower Your Thoughts Christopher Connors


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Confidence

Never Accept Defeat. Empower Your Thoughts

By on June 10, 2016
We ruminate on thoughts and ideas and choose to accept particular beliefs as reality. One belief we can never accept in life is the state of mind called, defeat.
Patience and Kaizen Are Virtues to Hold Dear Christopher Connors


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Self-Improvement

Why Patience Is So Important to Success

By on June 7, 2016
The world is always challenging us to maintain our patience. Patience needs to be explained in clearer, more tangible context as a powerful weapon to possess in the arsenal of our tools for success and happiness.
Christopher Connors
Atlanta, GA

My desire is to help you on your journey of becoming the person God intended you to be. I am a business consultant, writer, blogger, basketball coach and entrepreneur focused on self-improvement, emotional intelligence and virtue. I am a native New Yorker (and die-hard Yankees fan!) who has lived all over the eastern seaboard and currently calls Atlanta home. I put God and family first and like Robert Plant once said, "I live for my dreams, and a pocketful of gold."