Fueling Your Power with Meaningful Downtime

Posted by on Feb 19, 2020 in Leadership | 2 comments

Our best thinking often happens in the shower or when brushing teeth. In DOWNTIME, those moments when we switch off active thinking, we find rejuvenation!

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What Makes Individuals and Leaders Grow?

Posted by on Feb 12, 2020 in Leadership | 0 comments

There are 3 things that foster exponential individual and leadership growth: new life experiences, intellectual curiosity, and “what if” questions.

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We Are ALL Snowflakes!

Posted by on Feb 4, 2020 in Challenge Yourself, Happiness, Leadership & Pop Culture | 8 comments

Snowflakes exist in every generation, gender, and political party. You are one of them, and so am I. If you have found yourself offended, here are 3 tips…

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We Are All Piñatas

Posted by on Jan 27, 2020 in General | 4 comments

We are all piñatas, and life is going to come swinging at us at times. When we are hit hard, that which spills out of us is what’s been going into us.

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Change Is Hard (a.k.a., Why I Quit Smoking 247 Times!)

Posted by on Nov 19, 2019 in Change Management | 9 comments

People can and do make changes in their lives every day. Here are some tips to practice when you REALLY are serious about change–

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Wearing My Birthday Suit at Work

Posted by on Oct 29, 2019 in Engagement, Happiness | 0 comments

I’ve learned that clothes can be stained and crotches can blow out from the end of the zipper to the top of the waistband. So now I just wear my birthday suit at work. And it’s paid off in a HUGE way!

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Getting Your Way: Good Old Fashioned Manipulation

Posted by on Oct 15, 2019 in Change Management, Engagement | 6 comments

Manipulation gets a bad rap. I mean, who doesn’t want more control or influence over other people or situations? I know I do!

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What’s Your Legacy?

Posted by on Oct 9, 2019 in Challenge Yourself, Leadership | 9 comments

My father left me quite a legacy, but it didn’t come in the form of an endowment or a trust fund. His legacy came from how he lived his life, a life that left a mark in the lives of so many others after he left us. Most legacies aren’t financial With all the DNA tests available, I wonder if some “lucky” kid will soon learn that he can call Warren Buffett or Bill Gates “Daddy.” If that were the case (and I don’t think it is), you might inherit an endowment or a trust fund. But not necessarily a legacy. Most legacies aren’t...

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Engagement at a Deathcore Concert

Posted by on Oct 2, 2019 in Engagement | 1 comment

When you’re engaged in your work, whether you lead a rock band, sell tacos out of food truck, or manage a department of accountants, it shows up in how you show up each day

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How to Destroy Your Business (PSST! It’s Tied to Your Culture)

Posted by on Sep 25, 2019 in Engagement, Leadership | 0 comments

Corporate culture is a living organism that goes viral. It breathes (and sometimes seethes) inside employees, and then it spreads to customers.

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