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Perfection Paralyzes Progress

I used to get caught up in trying to be perfect and worrying about every little detail.  As a result, I found myself paralyzed by…

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Lonely is a choice

You are as alone as you want to be.  Working remotely doesn’t mean you have to be isolated. Leadership should never be lonely—if you are…

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Would you rather work for Robot or a Human?

Which do you find more inspiring: “This is how we do things here” or “What ideas do you have?” How about: “Just do your job”…

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Don’t Try to Please Everyone

You can focus on leading others or you can focus on being liked.  When you focus on being liked, you will instinctively try to please…

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Composed Leaders Exhibit Certainty

Composure is one element of leadership.  Your team will trust you as their leader when you are composed. They are more likely to respect you…

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Mid-Year Questions to Ask Yourself

Time for a mid-year check in. To start, here are three questions to ask yourself: What did you accomplish? Reflect back on everything you did…

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A Year of Change

What if 2020 happened for us, not to us. What did we all ask for before COVID-19? MORE TIME!  Time to be with our loved…

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Living in the Moment

Notice how often your attention is in the past or the future.  Are you still replaying certain events that didn’t go as planned? Is your mind…

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Time to Make Time

When you make time for daily reflection, you make a commitment to yourself—to the one person who has the ability to make all the decisions. …

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Be Different. Do Different. Have Different.®

Be, Do, Have.  For years I had this pattern backwards—I, like many of you, thought it was Have, Do, Be! Most of us believe we…

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