Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Fire Your Boss 2016

I am the CPA/Professor who has trained millions to Fire Your Boss and become lifestyle coaches.

It's the only lifestyle I know,

Would you like to explore it with me?

Do you have the social media talent to attract those who think like us or want to think like us?

Then we need to have a conversation.

My August class will close soon.

Text me today.

Monday, July 25, 2016


The idea came to me when some moron was pitching me a chewing gum which had magical powers which made women fall instantly in love.

Why not create a gum that could change baseball--for at least a season.

One season in my life.

So as CEO I did just that.

After I bought the San Diego ball club I showed up at Spring Training and told my manager that I wanted to pitch in a game.

He must have though I wanted a look at the pitchers this year and told me he would call the bullpen coach.

No, I said--I wanted to get in a game.

They knew nothing about my Gumball.

In fact very few did.

All I knew was that if you applied the gum to the ball it turned into a major pitch and on that basis I was about to become a legendary owner-player.

I felt like I was 12 years old all over again.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Do you Have what it takes

In August I will be training another 100 lifestyle coaches.

Do you have what it takes?

Do you like living life in your pajamas?

I have been coaching since I was in my 20's and it is the only life for me.

I bet it is the life for you as well but nobody has taken the time to show you the way.

I will take the time.

I will show you the way.

But here is how I play the game.

I will open lifestyle coaching to you and help you find out your expertise.

I will even help you get started with a sampler set of clients.

You pay a participation fee as do all of my students to compensate my sales team for bringing you leads of those who want to be coached.

August is almost closed.

I would suggest you text me today.


Thursday, July 21, 2016

Assist CPA/Professor

You will be the social media guru who sends me leads for my worldwide personal coaching and other projects. Be paid for your talent. Text me for fastest reply.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Life in my Pajamas August 2016

How do I manage living life in my pajamas.

Very nicely, thank you.

Here is what I am doing today.

I am putting together a team of memoir writers, lifestyle coaches and social media superstars to live life in their own pajamas.

I have taught memoir writing for 50 years and my own memoir is within this 10 year blog you are reading and at amazon in Gift to My Dad.

Can you write on my memoir team?

I am building a social media sales team to provide you with leads.

Memoir writing is getting to be very cool and I want to make you part of it.

To review, there are 3 elements to my Life in pajamas team.

1. The memoir writers

2. The lifestyle coaches.

3. The social media superstars

To join group one and two requires a registration fee.

Email me or text me and I will share you the current rate.

Then connect with a social media superstar and let the writing begin!

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Camp CEO Chapter 13

All of Peggy's teammates gathered together in a group before the photographers could reach them.

They laughed. They hugged. Wannabees! They yelled as if they were 6th grade campers. And that is just what Nick had in mind when he created Camp CEO.

At least for one weekend in their life--they would return to their childhood before they returned to create and conquer their vision.

Peggy was lost somewhere in the group hug and the billowing American flag. Her teammates held up her hand in victory but she was quick to raise the hands of others as well.

Peggy could barely speak but she managed one last yell above the crowd.

What did we have more than all the others out here today?

Everyone smiled at once.


Passion had carried them to the victory stand.


As the sun began to set, a slight chill descended on the little Olympic stadium.

The victory stand for the final event had been set up just as it was for the Summer games and when the national anthem roared through the house, Peggy and her fellow athletes, stood proudly taking in a moment that would forever stand out in their lives.

Later, Nick would take the microphone and where Home Plate was situated, if they had been attending a ball game, he looked over the tiny stadium where every seat was filled, anticipating the final ceremony.

Even though Nick had spoken to crowds of CEO's and their guests and families many times before, he always found something new in every appearance.

This would be no different.

We have had quite a weekend.

Suddenly the CEOs and soon to be CEOs started clapping behind him on the bleachers which had been provided for all campers.

Nick was inclined to say something about the bad news that had threatened to dampen the weekend, but from the response of the campers, he changed his mind.

Instead for some reason, he smiled.

And then once again he addressed the group.

These people behind me---these leaders have both learned and taught me this weekend.

Nick paused to emphasize what he was going to say next.

These leaders you see behind me are going to go back to their non-campers lives tonight and I can tell you one thing they believe in.

Satisfactory is not an acceptable goal.

The wild cheers which followed almost knocked Nick out of the Batter's Box,

Nick joked with the crowd.

I almost felt like Casey at the Bat but then I realized I didn't have a bat in my hand.

Casey, take a bow. Wasn't he great?

This time the entire crowd stood up laughing and pointing as they acknowledged the baseball actor who had made them laugh until they cried, earlier that evening during a break in the Olympic events.

And I want to thank our baseball guru for his winning culture suggestions and then sticking around for the weekend--

Nick placed his hand on his heart. Thank you Skip--everyone loved you.

More cheers.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Camp CEO Chapter 11

Sunday afternoon brought the Olympics to Camp CEO.

Nick had rented the Beavers minor league stadium and when the CEO's walked into the stadium, they were cheered wildly.

Five thousand friends and family had been secretly invited to cheer the CEO athletes and Nick had duplicated every detail of the Olympic experience.

Despite inviting disgruntled CEO's to voluntarily leave Camp CEO if they had doubts that they belonged, only two CEO's were missing when the opening ceremonies for the Olympics began.

It surprised no one that only Lincoln and Ross were missing as the CEOs paraded into the cavernous outside venue.

At the top of the Beaver Stadium, Nick was entertaining friends in his field suite, when a smiling man placed a telegram into his hands.

Please read this at your leisure, Mr. Nick.

Do I know you? Nick called after the obsequious man.

But the smiling man had disappeared into the throng.

Nick placed the telegram into his pocket. If it was good news, it could wait until the events were over.

If it was bad news, well----

Everyone's eyes were riveted to the massive scoreboard in the outfield which dwarfed the field of competition.

The CEO athletes were engaged in the walking relay, one of Nick's favorite events. As the teams competed, the numbers on the display flickered incessantly as the walkers and their teams vied for the lead.

The CEO who makes their vision happen is a data junkie.

Peggy had confided to Nick that she was having the time of her life but that was before the CEO Olympics.

When she walked into the ballpark, wearing her USA colors, she was never prouder.

The roar of the crowd have her goose bumps. She thought to herself if I was suddenly a billionaire, this moment and what I am feeling now will never be matched.

A voice she recognized brought Peggy back to reality. It was her husband and son and daughter. They held a red, white and blue banner for the entire stadium crowd to see.


Then came the tears As soon as they came, Peggy knew they wouldn't stop.

All of the emotion leading up t this day swirled around her.

All those years in school making up for lost time while she earned her degree. A marriage that had its twists and turns, but through it all, because she had chosen a good man, it had all been worth it. Proving to Lincoln Rubber that hiring her to be a leader would be a great decision.

Her favorite slogan was on the wall in her office for all visitors to read.

I am still building the resume. But I bring the passion every day!