Category: Game Changers and Trailblazers

Stop Apologizing

Published on September 30, 2022 10:39 am Written by

How often do you catch yourself apologizing when you don’t need to? Maybe you didn’t respond to an email quickly or weren’t available at a suggested meeting time. For many of us our habitual response is to apologize. It’s time to stop! Watch this #2mintidbit to learn how to reframe your kneejerk “I’m sorry” into… View Article

6 Questions To Change Your Perspective #298 

Published on April 8, 2020 Written by

If you read yesterday’s blog, don’t worry, my rant is over…for now.   One of the tools I use to move through my frustration and feeling of lack of control (other than a blog rant, which I recommend) is a series of 6 questions I now use to meditate and journal on with frequency. I owe… View Article

On Your Terms #211

Published on December 9, 2019 Written by

On Your Terms #211 What sets up a winning day? Arguably, most people have a morning routine. Does it serve what you need it to? Are you setting yourself up for success or have you fallen into a habitual series of actions that deter from your best day? Three questions to consider for an effective… View Article

Flawed and Excellent #210

Published on December 6, 2019 Written by

Flawed and Excellent #210 Some days, it seems everything is more challenging than it should be. Imperfect and flawed. I was presenting for a client in two different cities the same week. We’d been planning for months and we were ready. When I arrived at the first location, for the first time ever, our materials… View Article

It’s Like Laundry #208

Published on December 4, 2019 Written by

It’s Like Laundry #208 Eliminating waste is a great thing. When you think of waste, do you include time, energy and money? How about space? At the beginning of the year, I realized how much stress I had when my email inbox was full. Like all busy people, I receive many emails on any given… View Article

Filling the Space We Have #189

Published on November 7, 2019 Written by

Filling the Space We Have #189 I bought a new truck recently. It’s larger and newer than any car or truck I’ve owned. It’s technology with wheels, a very lovely ride, and has an amazing sound system. What more could I want, right? Not so. I don’t like how big this truck is. I am… View Article

Don’t Wait #181

Published on October 28, 2019 Written by

Don’t Wait #181 If you want something, do you wait for it? I don’t. In my twenties, when I wanted a job, I met with the owners of a small training company and expressed my interest in working for them. They told me they couldn’t afford to hire any employees at the time. Though I… View Article

Love What you Do #177

Published on October 22, 2019 Written by

Love What you Do #177 What can I do to change, improve, impact, and engage others? It’s a big question. Do you wake up wondering how you can maximize your impact on yourself, your team at work, your company, your community, perhaps even the world? If not, why? What if 50% of your job was… View Article

No Throw Away Moments #169

Published on October 10, 2019 Written by

No Throw Away Moments #169 Sometimes we forget. We forget the meaning and importance behind what we’re doing and it erodes from there. It can be as simple as preparing for a meeting. When I remind the leaders I work with about the facts – what it costs them to host a meeting with their… View Article

Complacency is the Enemy #168

Published on October 9, 2019 Written by

Complacency is the Enemy #168 As a leader, you have the honor of caring for the tone of your culture daily. Some days, that may feel like a privilege and other days it may seem a burden. What’s the difference? It’s how you’re relating to the complex beings around you and the interpretation you have… View Article


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