Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

What are Your Reflexes Revealing About You?

You have donned the backless gown. Sitting there with your legs dangling over the side of the examination table you feel vulnerable. The doctor pokes and prods and then takes out the reflex hammer and whacks you a good one on your knee. Seconds later it is over and the doctor has moved on to…

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Unlocking Your Unique Potential to Lead

Who comes to mind when you think of leaders? Big names associated with leadership like John Maxwell, Simon Sinek, or the late Stephen Covey? Or possibly one of the 50 people Fortune Magazine named as The World’s Greatest Leaders in 2014: Pope Francis, Warren Buffet, Bono, Ellen Kullman, or Juliana Rotich, among 45 others. Perhaps…

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7 Reasons to Revise Your Questions

I will let you in on a little secret: I talk to myself in the car. Most people probably think I’m talking on the phone. I talk to myself while working and doing things around the house as well. Sometimes I speak out loud. Other times the dialogue is all internal. Lest you think I…

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12 Tips to More Productive Work Days

Vacations are wonderful. They provide down time, new experiences and the chance to do life at a different rhythm. I always come back full of ideas and excited to get back to work. Unfortunately, vacations only happen a few times a year. Weekends, on the other hand, happen at the end of every week! Weekends…

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3 Roadblocks Leaders Bump Into

Some people are natural leaders. Even at an early age they tend to be bossy, have big ideas, and get others to follow. I was that child. If we played school, I was the teacher. I organized activities. I managed the lemonade stand. Sometimes it was not pretty! Thankfully, I have learned a few things…

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Are You Walking on the Path to Success?

I don’t know about you, but I often contemplate how to be more successful. What little tweaks, adjustments, or new ways of doing things will increase my visibility, bring more clients, up sales, and allow me to do more of what I love. My heart is to help others and to be consistently improving. I…

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Communication is the Key!

Buckled in, I had nowhere to go. It only took a few minutes to figure out that the man sitting next to me on my flight home had a lot on his mind. He began by celebrating the fact that he was able to score a seat closer to the front of the plane –…

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7 Tips to Help You Juggle Like a Pro

Lately I have been feeling a little like Veruca Salt from the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory – I want it now! I want it all! Not so much material things – I want to do it all! Things didn’t go well for the spoiled Veruca. She was sent down the garbage shoot…

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7 Ways to “Go Green” in Your Leadership

Not that long ago, “going green” would have meant being “green with envy” or perhaps a declaration that salads would be your food of choice. If you are from the South, you would be referring to a bowl of mustard and collard greens cooked to perfection! Going green today has a whole new connotation! It…

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Which of these Four Not-So-Great Attitude Symptoms Do You Have?

It is that Thanksgiving time of year again! People are hustling to prepare brag worthy meals. Relatives and treasured friends are frantically traveling by planes, trains, and cars to gather together. Others are relishing time off of work and the abundance of football games to watch. In all the frantic activity, it is easy to…

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