Archive for September 2015

Values: Are You Due for A Check-Up?

Without attention, things naturally break down. It doesn’t matter if it is your house, yard, car, computer, or boat – without regular maintenance, they will drift towards deterioration. The same is true for your health, your relationships, and your skills. That’s the essence behind the Second Law of Thermodynamics. It takes regular maintenance just to…

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The Fruit of Follow-Up: 4 Ways to Be More Effective

In theory, I get excited about the idea of planting a garden and enjoying the fresh fruits and vegetables it produces. The fresh from the yard stuff just tastes better! Years ago, our family planted a small garden as a school project. We labored together breaking up the hard Georgia clay and adding nutrients to…

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The Bigger is Better Myth

No matter what level of leadership I feel I have achieved, I can always be better. And who doesn’t want to be a better leader? I know I do! The question is: what makes you a better leader? In the past, one of the things I have done to enhance my leadership skills is to…

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The Work Smarter and Savor Life More Adventure

If my husband is working, he is traveling. His work is on the road, and he works a lot! Now that we are empty nesters, I have been able to tag along with him more often. That’s just one of the wonderful things about being a coach – it is easy to work on the…

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9 Powerful Benefits to Making This One Change

If there was one change you could make that would positively impact every other area of your life, would you be willing to make the change? Would you be willing to commit 30 minutes at least 5 times a week if you knew it would make you more productive? I know – life is moving…

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