The Best of Times, the Worst of Times

The Best of Times, the Worst of Times

Tracey Jones
For some of you, 2019 was the best year of your life; for others, you're ready to crawl out of the worst year of your life. And for others, 2019 was a combination of both. There's a great song titled, Bittersweet Symphony, which refers to the ups and downs of life. The Bible verifies this symphony as significant times in life in Ecclesiastes 3:4—a time to cry and a time to laugh; a time to grieve and a time to dance. 
Don't be a 'Why'ner.

Don't be a 'Why'ner.

Tracey Jones
You can’t hear what you’re supposed to do with your life if you aren’t in an environment conducive to listening. There is a ridiculous amount of noise and clutter flooding our modern-day minds. Here are some simple things to unlock any spiritual, physical, or mental blockage preventing the blessing pipeline from being turned on fully.
A Tremendous Fall

A Tremendous Fall

Tracey Jones
I am thrilled to be back in touch with our tremendous tribe after the past month and a half. The month of October was one of the most challenging and blessed months of my entire life. I can scarcely believe what transpired during the course of those 31 days, and I am excited to share with you what I learned.
Excited or Entrenched

Excited or Entrenched

Tracey Jones
The landscape of our lives is constantly changing which wreaks a great deal of havoc on humans who would often rather die than change. We lose relationships and our health, we miss once in a lifetime and repeated opportunities, yet we continue to blame everyone but ourselves.
Producing a Tremendous Harvest

Producing a Tremendous Harvest

Tracey Jones
Here comes my favorite season of the year—fall. I can see the day’s becoming slightly shorter; I watch for a leaf or two to begin transitioning to flames of gold and red; I hear and see the birds starting their migration to their new home. In South Central PA, the harvest is a sight to behold. This year's rain and sun ratio were magnificent. I have never seen fields of corn as high and green as the ones that fill our landscape. Autumn is the time of year when we look to the harvest and reap the products of our labor.
Without Ambition, We Are All Butt Dust

Without Ambition, We Are All Butt Dust

Tracey Jones
Hello tremendous tribe! Although school is out for summer, yours truly has been up to her eyeballs in writing and rewriting my dissertation research on the Theory of Motivation. I interviewed 28 individuals who went through a merger, which turned into a crisis. Part of this study is about resiliency. If you are an innately resilient person, external events don't matter much. You can do a merger a day, no matter how chaotic, and remain grounded. If you're not resilient, it’s all bad, no matter the reality. Anytime we are faced with something outside our comfort zone, we have two options: to become excited or to become entrenched.
A Summer to Remember

A Summer to Remember

Tracey Jones
With the official kickoff of the next season upon us, I always reflect on my tremendous upbringing and how the time between academic years—known to most as ‘summer vacation’— was handled. For most young people, these next few months are a time of rest and relaxation; a time to turn off the alarm clocks, cease learning and enjoy fun in the sun. 
Don’t Go Excommunicado on Life

Don’t Go Excommunicado on Life

Tracey Jones

This weekend I treated myself to John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum. The movie did not disappoint, and I would highly recommend it. I love action flicks, especially when justice is meted out to bad guys who hurt good dogs! The movie centers on the fact that John Wick broke one of the assassin world’s rules and must now pay the price— along with anyone who aids or aided him. A recurring line used by various characters throughout the film is, "Every action has consequences." More valid words were never spoken, assassin, or not.

Entremanureship

Entremanureship

Tracey Jones
Ah, entrepreneurship—the opportunity to be your own boss, to come to work when you want, to not ever have to deal with office politics, to make millions and never even had to change out of your jammies. Over ten years ago I transitioned out of the soul-sucking, life stifling world of bureaucracies to run through the liberating fields of entrepreneurship.
The Great Realization

The Great Realization

Tracey Jones
Throughout my leadership journey, I’ve heard one constant refrain--people are your greatest asset because they have within them the mind, heart, and spirit to do great things. Having worked with thousands of individuals over the past forty years of my professional life, I used to think, “well, that depends on which people you're talking about." Which brings us to the genuine question, is there an innate great encoded in every single human being? Do we have the seeds of success embedded into our DNA waiting patiently for the trigger that causes them to begin manifesting? I used to think the answer was ‘no,' but now I see it is ‘yes.'
Uganda: Thank You For Your Smile.....And so Much More!

Uganda: Thank You For Your Smile.....And so Much More!

Tracey Jones
Winston Churchill called Uganda the pearl of Africa and this past week I got to experience why. Having never been to this particular part of the world, I watched numerous documentaries and read as much information in preparation for my trip. Multiple sources reported that the Ugandans are among the friendliest people on the planet which made me even more excited for my upcoming visit
Inspiring Women Leaders Across the Globe

Inspiring Women Leaders Across the Globe

Tracey Jones
This month I share with one of my favorite groups of people—WOMEN! And not just any women, but Women of the World (WOW). The beauty and joy of what I have the honor of being in life, is sharing timeless truths that allow each of us to become and live out the most tremendous versions of ourselves.
What to Do When the Heat is On!

What to Do When the Heat is On!

Tracey Jones
I am conducting interviews for my doctoral research on how organizations handle crises and how leaders and followers can best navigate the turmoil into smoother waters. I am learning so much about how people perceive events and how their internal coding processes these events into outcomes. Although many of us are conflict avoidant, the fact is conflict is a healthy part of our daily existence. When done well, it can push us outside our comfort zone, enlighten us so we can actually change our minds, and allow us to reconstruct and restore what may be lacking in our lives.
Tremendous Companies Read Tremendous Books

Tremendous Companies Read Tremendous Books

Tracey Jones

Last week I was prepping a large pallet of books to ship to one of our clients and searching for a freight carrier. Every modern day business is incredibly competitive, and I send out bids assessing convenience, price, customer service, and ease of transaction.

Can You Eat the Elephant in the Room One Bite at a Time?

Can You Eat the Elephant in the Room One Bite at a Time?

Tracey Jones
I recently conducted strategic planning for several organizations. We completed a lively SWOT analysis to get the creative juices flowing. For those of you that have never done one of these exercises, they are great a simple, yet powerful tool to help you develop your strategy. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.

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