I had a dream that spoke to me. Hear of my personal journey to make a life change and why I could no longer play the role of someone else.
I have loved the Lord of the Rings novels for over 20 years. It’s a story that describes great battles, tremendous heroism, deep sentiment, and the immortal struggle of good vs. evil. Many of the characters for good or ill are larger than life-as is only right in an epic … Continue reading
One of the most important lessons the Value Zodiac teaches is that the vast majority of people are persuadable. Because of this, there are occasionally times when an effective message interacts with specific cultural circumstances to create resonance. At times like these, a mass consensus can quickly consolidate to create a … Continue reading
If you do a Google search for Dolley Madison, most of the websites refer to her as a historical footnote. They will say that she is most noted for her saving the portrait of George Washington from the White House before it was burned by the English army when Washington … Continue reading
Today we’ll examine our first President through the lens of the Value Zodiac. He rode a roller coaster of failure and hardship mixed with almost unimaginable glory and achievement. He rose from obscurity, personal struggle, and a history of painful personal setbacks to lead great armies in pivotal battles and … Continue reading
It’s shocking to say that maybe the most renowned scientist in history is not a Scientist. But according to the Value Zodiac model, Albert Einstein was most likely the scientist’s nemesis — the Shaman. Einstein was a theorist. Theorists are thinkers that use conceptualization to perform educated guesses to discover … Continue reading
Nick discusses the six inherent disagreements that span human values. You’ll learn about the Twelve Archetypes, how they interact, and what they mean for our goals and relationships.
The Value Zodiac is a conceptual model to measure an individual’s worldview. This video is an overview of the model’s importance.
Change management guru John Kotter wrote in Leading Change that 70% of change initiatives fail leading to millions of lost dollars every year. But more than that, companies need vital changes from time to time to remain viable. I was a geotechnical engineer for over a decade. As a … Continue reading