About Cort Dial

Cort Dial is the Founder of BULLETPROOF Future Planning, LLC and the author of Amazon Top 10 book, Heretics to Heroes, named the #1 Business Book of 2016 by Canada’s Globe and Mail. He offers free education to companies, schools, and individuals of all ages and income levels to familiarize them with the latest tools and strategies for financial independence and carefree retirement.

Investing in Leadership: Maybe Your Safety Goal Shouldn’t be “Injury-Free”: Part VIII

By |2017-09-27T21:17:50-06:00September 27th, 2017|Most Recent|

We’ve come to the eighth and final installment in our safety series. Over the past two months, I’ve recounted conversations I had with Bob, a good operations manager in a chemical plant where we both [...]

Creating a New Culture: Maybe Your Safety Goal Shouldn’t be “Injury-Free”: Part VII

By |2017-09-20T21:24:49-06:00September 20th, 2017|Most Recent|

We’ve spent the past two months exploring workplace safety here on the All-In Blog, and this week brings the seventh in the series. My hope is that many of you reading can relate to Bob, [...]

The New Paradigm of Safety: Maybe Your Safety Goal Shouldn’t be “Injury-Free”: Part VI

By |2017-09-12T20:21:47-06:00September 12th, 2017|Most Recent|

The last month here at the All-In Blog has been devoted to conversations I once had with Bob, a hard-working operations manager of a chemical plant that employed us both. I told Bob that those [...]

What Do You Want? Maybe Your Safety Goal Shouldn’t be “Injury-Free,” Part V

By |2017-09-06T15:12:23-06:00September 6th, 2017|Most Recent|

Over the last month, I’ve been writing about workplace safety here on the All-In Blog––specifically, how we get it so wrong. Years ago, I had ongoing conversations with Bob, a smart operations manager for a [...]

Look Here, Not There: Maybe Your Safety Goal Shouldn’t be “Injury-Free,” Part IV

By |2017-08-29T18:38:26-06:00August 29th, 2017|Most Recent|

Over the past three weeks, I’ve been sharing conversations I had with Bob, a well-meaning operations manager in a large chemical company where we both worked. It all began when I argued that those of [...]

Stop Investigating: Maybe Your Safety Goal Shouldn’t be “Injury-Free,” Part III

By |2017-08-21T21:23:44-06:00August 21st, 2017|Most Recent|

Over the past two weeks, I’ve been sharing conversations I once had with Bob, a top operations manager in a chemical company where we both worked. It all started with an argument about how much [...]

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