Doug Dvorak's Blog

How to Succeed in the Face of Change

  • Mar 10, 2021

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, our world has become one of change and uncertainty. There isn’t anyone on Earth who hasn’t been forced to adapt to a new way of life due to the New Normal created by the pandemic.   As any motivational speaker will tell you, success in business goes hand… Read More »

10 Tips for a Positive 2021

  • Jan 21, 2021

Last year was a painful one for all of us. With the pandemic and all its effects (economic crisis, riots, etc.) had us feeling like the world was falling apart. After a year like that, every motivational online speaker will tell you that it is normal to feel unmotivated. But now that we are leaving… Read More »

Motivational Rules for Your Life and Business

  • Jul 29, 2020

Many people believe motivation is either something you have or it’s something you don’t. Some believe you’re born with it while others believe the right set of circumstances will motivate even the most unmotivated.   In fact, motivation is anything but either of those options. First, motivation is a choice that everyone makes either consciously… Read More »

How to Turn Unmotivated into Motivated

  • Jul 22, 2020

It is not at all uncommon to hear unmotivated people complain about their job being or that they are stuck in a rut. Invariably, they believe that if they could just get the right break, their life would be different.   Day in and day out, these individuals just go through the motions, often not… Read More »

Top 5 Reasons Why Motivational Speakers are Needed More Than Ever

  • Jul 8, 2020

From the C-Suite to the administrative staff, every company in America faces an uphill climb when it comes to motivating their employees in the COVID era.   Whether they’re working from home or socially distancing in hollowed out office spaces, the emotional toll exacted on the American worker by the pandemic has been – and… Read More »

Motivation in the Time of COVID

  • Jul 1, 2020

Now that we’re all firmly in work-from-home mode, many of us are struggling to have the same connection to our work that we had pre-COVID.   While working remotely was once considered a perk for fortunate employees at some of America’s more forward-thinking companies, it’s a whole different ball game when it becomes required for… Read More »


Motivational Strategies for Increased Employee Engagement

  • May 29, 2019

Every successful business has the below 3 traits.   It must have an aggressive business plan accompanied by a well thought out strategy. It must have exceptional leaders It must have dedicated and engaged employees.   I have developed a few important motivational strategies for increased employee engagement. in an economy that is service oriented… Read More »

5 Ways to Sustain Motivation and Achieve Your Goals

  • Apr 8, 2019

Achieve Your Goals Through a Sustained Motivational Attitude Sustaining motivation can be hard, even under the best of circumstances. It can be tough to stay on that motivational track when your list of to-dos is too long. Motivation is more than taping a picture of something you want to the fridge. It’s not magic, and… Read More »


Leading with Motivation: 5 Ways Leaders Can Create a Motivational Culture

  • Mar 16, 2019

 Creating a Motivational Culture Morale is a vital aspect of developing a great team and organizational culture. Without a doubt there are going to be ebbs and flows when it comes to motivation. The ability for a leader to create and maintain the motivational culture will determine the success and happiness of the organization.  … Read More »


An Act of Random Kindness

  • Mar 9, 2019

I was sitting in the Sarasota, Florida airport waiting to board my flight and out of the corner of my eye, I see this gentleman come over and sit next to another man in a wheelchair. Meet Shay and Melvin, you know that your act of random kindness volunteered to watch Melvin as his daughter… Read More »


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