Have a Magnificent Day!

Have a Magnificent Day!

Bio

Lee W. Papier is a business and life coach as well as a consultant in the human potential field. For 30 years he has studied what truly motivates human beings and his life work focuses on inspiring and empowering people to actualize their full potential.

As co-founder of the Power of Acknowledgement organization in the eighties, Lee taught life improvement techniques that helped people achieve their dreams. He has also been a motivational coach for the New York Rangers hockey team and a teacher of motivational seminars for sales and business teams.

Lee's has two passions in business. His main focus is help people grow as The MEGA Coach with his own coaching, training and seminar company. In addition, Lee is a Wealth Advisor in Financial Services, where he specializes in wealth management and providing effective financial solutions that guarantee protection, security and financial freedom.

Lee graduated with a B.A. in Economics from the University of Rochester and an MBA in Finance and Human Resource Management from the University of San Diego. Lee has extensive senior level experience in developing, implementing and managing corporate business, finance, operations and marketing activities.

Lee is also founder of Insights to Excellence, Inc., a sales and management consulting and training organization that works with individuals, teams and companies. Lee develops and presents seminars designed to motivate, inspire and empower people to actualize their full potential, both personally and professionally.

For many years Lee has been writing motivational inspirations to empower people to make each day a masterpiece. In his blog, Have A Magnificent Day!, Lee will be offering daily boosts of inspiration to help you start your day with a ray of hope and positive thoughts.

The Truth Sets You Free

posted by The MEGA Coach

  If some aspect of your life is not working, then seek to discover where you are not being honest with yourself.  Your perspective can be biased to see what you want to see. This will color your reality and […]

Fable of the Porcupine

posted by The MEGA Coach

from a friend….. It was the coldest winter ever. Many animals died because of the cold. The porcupines, realizing the situation, decided to group together to keep warm. This way they covered and protected themselves, but the quills of each […]

Enthusiasm

posted by The MEGA Coach

From The Book of Changes by Brian Browne Walker: Enthusiasm Proper enthusiasm opens every door. The I Ching teaches there are two kinds of enthusiasm: one that leads to misfortune and one that leads to success.  You can proceed with […]

You Can Do It Now!

posted by The MEGA Coach

Good things take time to build, yet just your decision and commitment immediately starts the process of its creation.  With every thought, word and deed, you are moving in that direction. Continue to focus your thoughts, energy, words and actions […]

Previous Posts

A Positive Mental Attitude
                      Do you have a positive mental attitude?  Success is 80% attitude and 20% aptitude and our attitude determines our results. If you want to know exactly where you are in your life, just ob

posted 12:00:40am Sep. 30, 2014 | read full post »

Respect - The Key to Life
          Respect – The Key To Life by Dave Chief, Grandson of Red Dog, Crazy Horse’s Band "Respect means no interruption. Respect means no confrontation. Respect means no accusation. Respect means no “mocking,” Especially, no mocking of elder

posted 12:00:25am Sep. 29, 2014 | read full post »

The Power of Persistence
                                                                   Young Abe Lincoln 1) Spent his childhood working on the family farm, with long d

posted 12:00:15am Sep. 26, 2014 | read full post »

When I Think of You
                                  from a good friend: When I think of you, I think of great towers of strength I think of mountains That reach high in the

posted 12:00:55am Sep. 25, 2014 | read full post »

Opportunity for Growth
“Hardship, in forcing us to exercise greater patience and forbearance in daily life, actually makes us stronger and more robust.  From the daily experience of hardship comes a greater capacity to accept difficulties without losing our sense of inner calm.  Of course, I do not advocate seeking ou

posted 12:00:02am Sep. 24, 2014 | read full post »


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