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111 Work Life Balance is Bullshit!

Published on September 29, 2022 Written by

I’ve asked quite a number of leaders whether there is such a thing as work life balance. Almost everyone says no without hesitation. They agree there are times we’re present, we’re grounded, we’re in sync with what matters, and we’re in the zone—feeling all the joyous personal and professional satisfaction we’re looking for. Yet, it’s… View Article

111 Not On Your Terms #1307 

Published on February 27, 2024 Written by

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 like a burden.  What’s the difference? It’s how you’re relating to the complex beings around you and the interpretation you have about how they “should”… View Article

111 Your Wisdom #1306 

Published on February 26, 2024 Written by

Have you ever said something that made a great difference for another person and to you it was commonplace?   It’s interesting when it occurs because it’s clearly a blind spot. It’s an awareness you’ve normalized and taken as fact which for others is a profound insight at that moment.   It’s a terrific gift when someone… View Article

111 Delivering Excellence #1305 

Published on February 23, 2024 Written by

Excellence is always an option. Sometimes, it’s evasive and when life is overfull, excellence seems harder to reach given the time constraints.   I don’t do well doing things halfway. In fact, I have so many ideas about what’s possible and how great something can be, it becomes hard for me to settle.   I’m learning how… View Article

111 Challenged? Try This #1304 

Published on February 22, 2024 Written by

Extending grace offers new pathways.  When you can remain curious during challenging times, keeping an open mind and an open heart, a new space for trust emerges.  The world is not either/or.   The mindset necessary to traverse great divides in opinion, perspective, and beliefs is a tricky balance of suspending what you believe long enough… View Article

111 Making Mistakes #1303 

Published on February 21, 2024 Written by

When your core values align with your employees, clients, partners and vendors, you can make mistakes.   When trust is high, and you’ve delivered on what you said time after time, you can make mistakes.  When you go the extra mile, especially when it’s not required or expected, you can make mistakes.  When you’ve done none… View Article

111 It’s Not a Problem #1302 

Published on February 20, 2024 Written by

Reframing your language is more than putting a “positive spin” on your language and thinking. It’s about redirecting energy.  When you focus on something being difficult, bad, sad or a problem, you’re essentially saying your circumstances are the way that it is, will be and you can’t do anything about it. This leads to being… View Article

111 Do You Receive? #1301 

Published on February 19, 2024 Written by

One of the requests I make at the workshops I lead is to “be willing to receive as much as you give.”  Believe it or not, this is a challenge for many leaders.  Are you a good receiver?  When people compliment you, do you immediately reciprocate with a compliment back out of habit, obligation, or… View Article

111 Lessons Learned after 1300 Daily Blogs #1300

Published on February 16, 2024 Written by

After writing 1300 daily blogs, here’s what I’ve learned at this moment on the journey. I am keenly aware I’m disrupted internally and that’s a good thing. I believe I’m in some form of transition…again. I’m excited to see all that emerges as we move into our Annual Planning next week and we move through… View Article

111 Your Hour #1299 

Published on February 15, 2024 Written by

You owe yourself one hour a day for self-care. It can include reading, writing, yoga, exercise, dancing, meditation, painting, or whatever, but you owe it to yourself. One hour, 1/24 of your day.  That’s less than 5%.  It matters, it really does. Make it count.  At one point in my life, I read this and… View Article

111 Reframing Failure #1298 

Published on February 14, 2024 Written by

Is it really failure when things don’t work? Often, we look at the lack of results we intended as a failure, when perhaps it’s something more.   I am a learner; I often refer to myself as a lifelong learner. I value reading, learning organically and in workshops, from digital sources and books, and really any… View Article


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