The Impact Masterminds


If you don’t use it, you lose it.

I’ve been an international speaker for over a decade now and been interviewed hundreds of times on podcasts, radio, and television, but if you don’t use it, you lose it! For the last couple of years, I’ve been turning down interviews and speaking engagements to focus on finishing The Impact […]


Time to Step Things up!

For the last couple of years, I’ve been almost entirely focused on my upcoming feature narrative film, The Impact Factor.Focus was crucial to getting this movie made and it’s been quite a journey! Most people have no idea what it takes to create an independent film. But, it’s time for […]


The Power of a Mastermind

Ben was special, because at the age of 21 he organized a group of friends to provide a structured form of mutual improvement — not a typical interest of 21 year olds. The group, initially composed of twelve members, called itself the Junto. Ben was an outgoing, social kind of […]


It’s AWFUL news, “but, surprisingly upbeat!”

In Kate Hudson’s movie, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,” Samantha Quan throws out ideas for articles in the magazine, “Composure” that include subjects like Botox disasters, but always ends her suggested topic with the assurance that the article will be “surprisingly upbeat!” That’s the way I feel […]


You Have A Choice

The List … I put together a long list of ways I’ve developed to help people create the impact that they want to have. You can see the list at:  https://kenmcarthur.com/help It’s a rather daunting list of options and sometimes when we are presented with a list of options we get even […]


This is a bit harsh, but you know this is true …

If you are anything like me you can take years to do what you could do in a week.

You think, plan and try to figure out the “best” thing to do and then when you do something, you do it half-way and get half-way results — or worse.


PERSONAL UPDATE …

It’s been an “interesting” summer.

I think that’s true for most people. Life is full of challenges, adventures and constant change.

We always “think” that life will be like it is right now forever and of course it never stays that way.