The Privilege of Learning to be Thankful

The Privilege of Learning to be Thankful

Tracey Jones
A friend of mine recently shared she had been asked to conduct training in "Civility." Seems like this is the new “thing” every organization needs to emphasize and teach. We both chuckled because we know civility, like all the great truths and behaviors in life, isn’t taught, but instead caught, and it originates in a thankful heart. The heart is the wellspring where fountains of gratitude arise.
Moving From Leader to Leadership

Moving From Leader to Leadership

Tracey Jones

 

I hear a great deal about culture, and it seems to be this elusive wild animal that may be kind or may tear up your organization. I think it gets blamed or praised for a whole lot of the success and failures business owners and entrepreneurs experience. Individuals are what constitutes a culture. Each is responsible for the energy and behaviors he or she brings into the workplace. Each employee must continually ask themselves, "Am I here to make a difference for the organization or am I here to make a difference for myself?"

Ten Years Later…. Life is Still Tremendous by Gloria B. Jones

Ten Years Later…. Life is Still Tremendous by Gloria B. Jones

Tracey Jones
Through even the hard times and the changes we see with our families and everything around us, we still must be hopeful and go forward and take each day at a time. At ninety-one years of age, I have genuinely found that this is the path to living a tremendous life. Thank you to everyone for the continued support, encouragement, and prayers. Charles' vast network of speakers has meant the world to me. He and I shared many beautiful times with The Speakers Roundtable and the Veterans Speakers. Their love and support allow me to feel still so connected. May God richly bless you all!
The Tremendous Power of Staying Power

The Tremendous Power of Staying Power

Tracey Jones

Becoming the next version of tremendousness is simple: Spark your willpower; fuel your staying power; and watch your tremendous power become a reality. Write down what you want to do with your week, your month, your year, your life, then ask yourself the two follow-on questions. Once you can answer yes to both, add healthy doses of people, books, prayer, self-discipline, and self-belief, and you’ll be on the path to a tremendous transformation.



Lead Like a Tree

Lead Like a Tree

Tracey Jones

As leaders, we wear many hats. We are optimists, encouragers, ethicists, decision-makers, saviors, and sense-makers. So just like the mighty forests, we must do the same for ourselves and our organization. We need to be intentional about who we allow in our forest. After all, you cannot get it right without the right people. We need to stay nourished as well because leading others, although incredibly uplifting, can also be unbelievably draining. We must deal with bureaucracies, laws, budgets, attitudes, and global issues. To stay above the fray, we need to make sure our roots go deep; so deep that when the winds of change or fires of crisis come into our forest, we can not only survive, but thrive.

Tremendous Christmas in July

Tremendous Christmas in July

Tracey Jones

Last year, Tremendous Leadership had the honor and privilege of being the lead sponsor for A Tremendous Christmas at the Italian Lake in Uptown Harrisburg. This event benefitted Bethesda Mission, located in Harrisburg, PA. This organization provides a men’s, women’s and children’s shelter, along with a medical and dental clinic. We raised $8,565 to help meet the increasing need of more bed space, develop a new women’s shelter and renovate and expand a community center for the youth of Harrisburg.

Five Years from Now....

Five Years from Now....

Tracey Jones
Be intentional about interacting with everyone you cross paths with, even if it’s just making a comment to a fellow human being in a checkout line, or waving someone the go ahead to cross the street with a friendly smile. Yes, anything that impacts someone else counts as a meeting.
Salute to a Tremendous Father

Salute to a Tremendous Father

Tracey Jones
What he could not have fathomed was the utter lack of individual ownership in creating their own lives. He knew what it was like to be dealt every bad card in the deck. From an impoverished upbringing to a lack of schooling, abuse, and betrayal. Yet, he gloriously pursued life without an ounce of "woe is me" or "you owe me." Pity parties were for thumb suckers, and he repeatedly proclaimed, "No one is a failure until they blame someone else."
You Need Therapy (Not That There's Anything Wrong With That)

You Need Therapy (Not That There's Anything Wrong With That)

Tracey Jones
Let these three therapies minister to your life. They’re free, they’re universal, and they’re guaranteed.
Open Wide and Say, “Ah-ha!”

Open Wide and Say, “Ah-ha!”

Tracey Jones
I am in a constant state of regeneration because of the people I meet and the books I read. The past 24-hours were no exception! Life's lessons abo...
Show, Don’t Tell

Show, Don’t Tell

Bold Support
Do you remember the grade school activity of Show and Tell where we brought in an object and then proceeded to talk about it with our classmates? ...
Nothing Works….Unless You Work It

Nothing Works….Unless You Work It

Tracey Jones
One of Charlie “Tremendous” Jones’ most famous quotes was, “Nothing Works!”. You can watch it here or you can listen, read, or watch his full spee...
Capturing Wisdom: Write to Life

Capturing Wisdom: Write to Life

Tracey Jones

“When you read a book, when you hear a speaker, when you hear a sermon, always take your pen and read or listen with the pen to cultivate the habit of making notes of things you think rather than what you thought you heard. Now, today make a few notes. As you hear speaking make notes of what you think. Listen, but listen just enough to get your mind in motion and start those thought process.”

The Theory of Transcendence

The Theory of Transcendence

Tracey Jones
Everything in life has potential, but it must be developed. That never happens without a catalyst. Motivation arises from a need greater than self. Motivation is about uncorking potential. You have potential, but nothing happens until something is put in you to act as a catalyst.
What Have You Done For You Lately?

What Have You Done For You Lately?

Tracey Jones
We need you to be at the top of your game. Here are three simple tips to keep you in tremendous form. Take Steps to ACT: We sure can talk a good ...

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