Is it just me or is it really easy to have superficial relationships with people? You know, you like each other or you work together or you have been friends for a long time. Maybe at one point you had a deeper relationship, maybe not. Maybe you care to, … Continue reading What Company Do you Keep?
This year I am using Scrabble letters to create a word to focus on for a space of time. I place the word out on my counter so we can see it frequently, then I move it to my Scrabble board. I thought it would be cool to look at … Continue reading Embracing Imperfect Success
On the same day I ran across two very different people. One told me she knows it’s been a great day if she loses track of how many times she has said thank you (either in her head or out loud). If it was too many to count at the … Continue reading A Place called Gratitude
Happy New Year! I hope you had a memorable holiday season and are ready to start 2018 with a renewed gusto for betting living! I’m excited because just today, after stewing about it for some time, I planned my theme for the year and it’s different than it’s ever been. … Continue reading Scrabble My Life!
In 2017 from the big city of Dubai to a wee town in rural Arkansas, from physicians to maintenance workers, I continued to make my living getting on a plane and a stage to inspire and uplift people to bring their ‘A’ game to work & life. Everyday they turned … Continue reading 2017 Audience Feedback
You can always get a job for money but what if you can get a job that gives you purpose, makes a difference and makes you money too! Enter Wendy Lipton-Dibner, best selling author of Focus on Impact. She travels the globe to share her road map for success … Continue reading Making an Impact
I had an interesting chat with Kristin Arnold of extraordinaryteam.com on CJOB Radio. We spoke about some biases that sabotage our thinking. Kristin talked about the great distinction between what we notice and what we imagine. For example, we notice what someone is wearing, or what they said or what we … Continue reading What we Notice and What we Imagine
A relation of mine and I had a blow up recently. The two of us, normally rational adults who get along just fine – were at odds. It was awful, uncomfortable and sad. He was upset and I was crying. For over an hour we dumped our issues on the … Continue reading Just Love
Pay attention to what’s happening next. I was in the security line the other day, you know, where you put all your worldly possessions on trays? The man in front of me loaded his stuff into the trays and then took out two extra trays for the next person. In … Continue reading What’s happening next?
The risk of insult is the price of clarity. Gair Maxwell, author of the upcoming book, The Reinvention Code watched me do my keynote live and then joined me for this week’s radio show. We talked about his concept of “Climbing Down” – leaving our perch of arrogance and walking the … Continue reading Reinvention