Mental Toughness Training from the CEO of KPMG

Eugene O’Kelly was one of the great ones in the Fortune 500. He was a visionary who achieved the American dream of massive success, great fortune, and a beautiful family. Life couldn’t have been more perfect. Then on May 24, 2005, he went to his doctor who told him he had 3 months to live. His lifetime of plans dwindled down to 100 days, leaving him just enough time to say goodbye. During those last 100 days of Eugene O’Kelly’s life, he wrote a book about how he managed his death the way any great CEO would. This is one of

Mental Toughness College RETURNS!

The Mental Toughness College begins the winter 2008 semester this Monday, January 14th. This is a comprehensive 12-week training course is delivered in a small group setting via teleconference calls. If world-class success is your goal and you’re ready to go for it, cut you’re learning curve in half by attending. This is the same course I’ve delivered to Fortune 500 companies like Johnson& Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline, Proctor & Gamble, Toyota, Harrah’s and many others. We only have a few seats left. You can enroll at  On another note, so many of you have emailed me about how to set up

Mental Toughness for Weight Loss and World Class Success in 2008

The Mental Toughness Institute for Weight Control, aka the Fat Loser Program, kicks off the new 12-week session January 7, 2008. If you’re ready to lose 10-100 pounds, this is the program for you. Get thin and healthy in 2008. Limited space available. Visit www.   If you’re focused on world-class success in 2008, we still have 11 seats left for the Winter semester of the world-famous Mental Toughness College. Graduates include entrepreneurs, executives, salespeople, professional athletes, etc.  I’ll be teaching that class personally for 12-weeks on small group conference calls beginning January 14, 2008. This program is NOT for the

Atlas Shrugged: Mental Toughness Masterpiece?

5o years ago Ayn Rand penned one of the most popular novels of the 20th century; Atlas Shrugged. This work has a cult-like following around the world, but is especially popular with entrepreneurs. Critics have spoken out against it for years and kept it out of the schools. If you’ve read this Mental Toughness Masterpiece, I’d like to hear your comments on the impact it had on your life. If you haven’t, do yourself a favor and read it or listen to it on CD. Whether you love or hate it, this is one of the most important books ever written and it deserves a place