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Resources

Are you looking for a little more support to help you achieve your goals? I have created a number of resources intended to increase your chances of success. See below for links to my books, articles, examples and other resources.

Coaching

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I offer virtual and in-person life coaching services to help achieve your health, career and other goals.


Books

Operation Melt: How I Used Life-Changing Project Management to Lose Over 100 Pounds in Under a Year

The story of my successful weight loss, my Project Management Plan (the process) and my Hindsight Report including the top ten lessons I learned along the way. Available for purchase in eBook & paperback.


Articles

A Leadership Model for Everybody

Everybody has some sort of strategy, process or model that they claim to be the secret to great leadership. But they usually don’t scale well to various levels of leadership – the person just starting their career has different needs than the seasoned executive. In this article, I share a leadership model that has scaled well for me for years. 

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Development Saved is Development Earned

“A penny saved is a penny earned.” Smart words from Benjamin Franklin. Essentially, there are two ways to increase your wealth: earn a new penny, or choose not to spend a penny you already have.  This exact same premise applies to your growth and development.

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Examples & Other Resources

Top Lessons Learned from 2020: Not to under-sell it, 2020 was an odd year and was not the year that I had planned. Like many people, I had a few wins, but they were quickly overshadowed by other events. At the end of the year, I looked back over all of the ups and downs and completed a personal 2020 retrospective. After some careful thought, I identified six big lessons that I have gleaned from 2020.

Retrospective Template: What if we got better at pursuing our goals every week or every month? How powerful would that be and how successful would we be just a few months in the future? That is the goal of a retrospective, to continually assess and improve our performance throughout our projects. Use this structure to complete your own retrospectives.

Happy Hour Playbook: Happy hours can be lots of fun, but they can also be very dangerous to your fitness goals. If you don’t plan ahead the can result in mindlessly consuming a full day’s worth of calories in just a few hours. By applying a few common-sense strategies, happy hours can be both fun and fitness-safe.

Disclaimer: The Operation Melt website and blog does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The information provided on this website is intended for general consumer understanding and entertainment only. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. As health and nutrition research continuously evolves, we do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of any information presented on this website.

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A Leadership Model for Everybody

Everybody has some sort of strategy, process or model that they claim to be the secret to great leadership. But they usually don’t scale well to various levels of leadership - the person just starting their career has different needs than the seasoned executive. In this article, I share a leadership model that has scaled well for me for years.

Free download for Operation Melt email subscribers.
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Development Saved is Development Earned

“A penny saved is a penny earned.” Smart words from Benjamin Franklin. Essentially, there are two ways to increase your wealth: earn a new penny, or choose not to spend a penny you already have. This exact same premise applies to your growth and development.

Free download for Operation Melt email subscribers.
Send me the Link

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Free for subscribers: add me to the email list and send me my download

Lessons Learned from 2020

Not to under-sell it, 2020 was an odd year and was not the year that I had planned. Like many people, I had a few wins, but they were quickly overshadowed by other events. At the end of the year, I looked back over all of the ups and downs and completed a personal 2020 retrospective. After some careful thought, I identified six big lessons that I have gleaned from 2020.


Free download for Operation Melt email subscribers.
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Retrospective Template

We naturally execute our projects, and our lives one day, one week, one month at a time similar to the “sprints” in an Agile project. What if we got better at pursuing our goals every week or every month? How powerful would that be and how successful would we be just a few months in the future? That is the goal of a retrospective, to continually assess and improve our performance throughout our projects. Use this template to complete your own retrospectives.


Free download for Operation Melt email subscribers.
Send me the Link

Send download link to:

Free for subscribers: add me to the email list and send me my download

Happy Hour Playbook

Happy hours can be lots of fun, but they can also be very dangerous to your fitness goals. If you don’t plan ahead the can result in mindlessly consuming a full day's worth of calories in just a few hours. By applying a few common-sense strategies, happy hours can be both fun and fitness-safe.

Free download for Operation Melt email subscribers.
Send me the Link

Send download link to:

Free for subscribers: add me to the email list and send me my download