Todd Eliason

Todd Eliason

Isn’t Life Terrific?

By Todd Eliason | October 31, 2012

If there were a way you could make every day a terrific day, you’d probably be interested. Wouldn’t you? To cynics, that may sound like an impossible dream, but for the past four decades Ed Foreman has helped people all over the world have more terrific days than bad days. Growing up poor as the…

Making a Difference: MLB Hall of Famer Dave Winfield

By Todd Eliason | August 18, 2011

When he talked with a boy’s parents after a Major League Baseball game in the 197

Legends: Ken Blanchard’s Lifetime Mission

By Todd Eliason | November 24, 2009

For more than 30 years, author and management expert Ken Blanchard has been helping people unleash the power and potential of everyone they know. The Ken Blanchard Companies has helped thousands of organizations become more people-oriented, customer-centered and performance-driven. Blanchard is one of the most influential leadership experts in the world; his books, including best-seller…

Shoot for the Moon

By Todd Eliason | June 29, 2009

Speaker and author Les Brown still feels the sting of an experience from fifth grade when he and his buddies were clowning around and creating a disruption. The incident wasn’t the fi rst, and the teacher had had enough. “I remember the look of anger and disgust on her face,” Brown says. “She was set…

Paul J. Meyer: What it Takes to be a Winner

By Todd Eliason | June 22, 2009

Those who know Paul J. Meyer best believe that if he was stripped of all his possessions and d

A Life of Leadership and Inspiration

By Todd Eliason | March 3, 2009

IT HAS BEEN SAID THAT EVERYTHING RISES AND FALLS ON LEADERSHIP. In the history of mankind, there has never been a period in any generation when we didn't need good leaders. No one knows this better than John C. Maxwell, recognized around the world as an authority on leadership. His résumé includes more than 50…

Winning Friends and Influencing People

By Todd Eliason | February 3, 2009

Act enthusiastic, smile, become genuinely interested in other people, and don’t criticize, condemn or complain. When Dale Carnegie put those simple principles in a book called How to Win Friends and Influence People, he not only became a guru to millions of people the world over, he made publishing history. Since its first publication in…

Coveted Wisdom

By Todd Eliason | December 2, 2008

Over the past six months, the world has witnessed the financial consequences
of what happens whe

What Is Your Financial IQ?

By Todd Eliason | February 15, 2008

It’s been 11 years since the publication of Rich Dad Poor Dad. Robert Kiyosaki’s mega-hi