About Stephen Hultquist

I am a journalist, author, and professional speaker with over 25 years of leadership, business management, and technology experience. My focus is on the development of individuals in the context of healthy and growing organizations.

My first book, Open Your Heart with Skiing: Mastering Life Through Love of the Turns is part of DreamTime Publishing's Open Your Heart series. Taking a look at life through the lens of alpine skiing and skiing through the dynamics of life, it provides skier and non-skier alike a picture of how we can grow as people--and enjoy winter even more, too.

I also providing consulting services to organizational leaders, assisting them in discovering ways of amplifying their people, processes, and technology to achieve their highest and best organizational--and personal--objectives.

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  • Stephen shared from Today I Begin a New Life: Og Mandino for the 21st Century by Dave Blanchard
    Unless you feel that you are of importance, nothing can be important to you. You must feel that you are important. You must take yourself seriously. If you take yourself as an accident that just as well might not have happened, if you dislike your own self, then you are lost. You are a loss to the universe. You cannot enrich the world. You have been created to enrich the world.
    Note: Intense insight! Are you important to you?
  • Stephen shared from Thinner This Year: A Younger Next Year Book by Chris Crowley, Jennifer Sacheck
    It took all of these nutrients in a natural combination found in the tomato to have the health benefit.
    Note: Eat food!
  • Stephen shared from Thinner This Year: A Younger Next Year Book by Chris Crowley, Jennifer Sacheck
    On average, in America, we get more than half our calories from Dead Food, mostly refined white flour and rice and sugar and solid fats.
    Note: Yikes!
  • Stephen shared from Thinner This Year: A Younger Next Year Book by Chris Crowley, Jennifer Sacheck
    “First, exercise, which you already have in hand. That is a huge advantage and a major difficulty for some people. Exercise alone won’t do it. But it really is the flywheel of weight loss, weight management, and almost everything else that’s good in life.
    Note: First?
  • Stephen shared from Thinner This Year: A Younger Next Year Book by Chris Crowley, Jennifer Sacheck
    you can put off 70 percent of “normal aging” until the very end of life.
    Note: How about it?