Monthly Archives: January 2009

Can you "teach an old dog new tricks"?

I get this a lot: Can you really teach an old dog (“like me”) new tricks? It seems everyone, at times, doubts his or her ability to learn, to develop, to change anything about oneself regardless of the desire to … Continue reading

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Extra! Email Subscriptions now working

My good friend Dave Drook is always looking out for my best interests. Today he let me know that my Feedburner email subscription tool on this blog was not working properly. So thanks to Dave and a little time doing … Continue reading

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Great questions help us discover what is right

While most people want to grow personally and develop in their careers, they are not used to being coached. And after years of being taught, trained, managed, educated, brow-beaten and doubted, many people have a hard time with the concept … Continue reading

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