And Now, The Rest Of The Story

Born in Oklahoma, and the son of a policeman, Paul Aurandt started making radios while attending high school.  His teacher was very impressed with his voice, and helped him get a job at a local radio station.  It wasn’t long before he was reading commercials, and...

The Artist In All Of Us

I come from the business world, and I happen to be married to an artist.  Opposites do attract, but you would be surprised at the number of things we share. There are quite a number of unexpected similarities that exist between the two of us. One such similarity is...

Pressure Me… Please!

If you’ve read my BLArticles® or books, you know I’ve never liked the word “nervous.” It’s a useless word to me because I’ve never known anyone who performed better when nervous.  I’m actually a fan of the word, “anxious.”  Now, there’s a word I can get behind.  When...

Mental Movement

As we continue to find our way through the world of virtual delivery, one thing remains consistent:  Adults do not like sitting for long periods of time… period!  Exactly how long adults can sit for in a training situation is constantly being debated, but it’s safe to...

It’s Not The Typo; It’s The Formatting

For those who read my BLArticles® you probably know that I have a passion for helping those in career transition.  I try to help them find work.  It can be one of the most lifechanging gifts you can offer another human being.  Being on the frontline of providing this...