Our October scrappy person of the month is Troy Wood, CEO of Lakeview Hospital in Bountiful, UT. We selected Troy because he exhibits the qualities of a scrappy leader...
The illustrations in the book Scrappy focus primarily on how an... Read More
Ahhh… summer is just around the corner. Long, sunny days, warm nights, and hopefully a little time to refresh your mind, body, and spirit. Here are three simple suggestions that will help you enjoy your summer break (whether you’re on a... Read More
Scrappy Valentine’s Day!
A scrappy effort might help you find success in your dating life…
SCRAPPY \’skra-pē\ adj: Full of fighting spirit—synonymous with having moxie, being feisty, enthusiastic, gutsy, lively, and... Read More
Happy Scrappy New Year! My goal with this blog in 2017 is to take the time once a month to profile clever individuals from all walks of life who are playing big and making things happen! I hope that when you hear their stories it will... Read More
My goal with this blog is to help support you and your "scrappy spirit" by highlighting inspiring individuals who are playing big and making things happen!
One of my favorite “story shares” from Scrappy is on Strategy (Scrappy: A... Read More
Here’s a little update on Scrappy…
As you can probably guess, there are many steps to actually putting a book together before sending it “out into the world.” Now that the manuscript is in the “copy editing phase” with the... Read More
This evening, America will tune in to the only Vice Presidential Debate in this election cycle between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan.
The debates serve as a national public job interview, and Americans will have an... Read More
If you were to “judge” the debates based on the three fundamental criteria in Small Message, Big Impact - Case, Creativity, Delivery... Who won? (For more info see SMBI, Chapter 4- It’s Not One Thing, it’s Three Things)
1. Case —... Read More
I got my three minutes and time flew by. I didn't hit all the points I wanted to make. How do I manage the time?
You have to practice out loud and get a feel for managing your time. A good general first step is to... Read More