Archives For October 2015


The clearer your vision, the more blurred your fears.

If we get honest about it, we don’t have a log in our eye, we have a forest.

You don’t have to walk a mile in someone’s shoes to understand them; a few steps will generally do.

Inconsistency in disciplines will cause consistency in your stress level.

Stretching the truth leaves stretch marks on the soul.

Selling is serving. We’d be well served to sell ourselves on that idea.


One Liners by Dean Del Sesto. Copyright 2015

One Liners by Dean Del Sesto


Self-discovery is more legitimate by discovering how you impact others.

People are a lot of things to us. They serve us in unlimited ways in various capacities and at different times of our life. One not so obvious way they serve us shows up in the effect we have on them, and the way their responses reveal who we are being for them in those moments. It is quite serving to our relational acumen if we are willing to pay attention to the manifestations of our behaviors and actions. Truth is, every person you come in contact with is an indication of your relational acumen. The impact you make or don’t make on spouse, family, friends, associates, even strangers is evident if you’ll look closely. You can do this by evaluating the state of others when they’re in your presence. Are they excited, secure, peaceful, free-spirited, or are they tentative, insecure, skeptical, uncomfortable, agitated, or reserved? Not that we are responsible for other people’s emotions… that’s their job. But noting your effect on people is a fast and effective way to improve your relational abilities with all people if you are willing to inquire with questions like - “How did what I say resonate with you? Were you offended by my actions? Am I caring for you in a way that works for you? What’s missing for you in our relationship?” Is the way I’m loving relevant to you, and am I meeting your needs?” Of course, accepting your role in the state of others isn’t something you have to do, nor inquire about, but if you desire to improve your value to others, paying close attention can course correct or improve the relationship in a matter of hours, if not minutes.

Take a close look at the effects of your words and behavior on others today.

To what level am I aware of the effects of my behavior on others?
Do I care enough to ask others about my relational performance?


October 14, 2015


VeracityColab launches new site, wins awards.

As a partner at VeracityColab – a video agency, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. As an Inc. 5000 fastest growing company, we continue to win work-product awards, best place to work OC, and others.

Needless to say, I’m very proud of the team and grateful for a list of great clients, with recent client wins including: Yamaha Music, JP Morgan Chase, Crossover Health, AT&T, Toshiba, Freddie Mac and many more major brands.

Check out the sights, and if marketing, communication or training video is in your marketing plan, give us a call. Would love to talk. Best regards, xDean



The weight of our past only becomes evident when we wait on our calling.

Cigarettes having a filter is like a bullet wearing a bowtie.

When a problem develops in your relationship with another, look first to yourself for how you may have been responsible for the problem, inevitably you will find something…anything…maybe minute… maybe substantial, that if admitted will bring possibilities to the relationship that you never dreamed of.

Boredom is a disease whose cure is found in decision.

The Good News Assurance Tool: If you get some bad news, imagine worse news and the bad news you just got will become better news.

No severity of inhale can take back a single word spoken.


One Liners by Dean Del Sesto. Copyright 2015

One Liners by Dean Del Sesto