Monthly Archives: July 2009

Lessons from Aunt Beck – Lesson #1: Don’t Always Go for the Long Ball

by Becky Morris Golf is a game that I love to hate yet can’t help loving. For some unexplained reason, I joined a league this year. It was an opportunity to reconnect with some previous co-workers and get me out … Continue reading

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When I Grow Up Will I Be Beautiful?

by Becky Morris “When I get big will I be beautiful?” My six-year-old granddaughter, Maggie, was getting her bath the other night. My daughter was drying her off after she got out of the tub and blowing Maggie’s hair dry … Continue reading

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When the Easy Button Does Not Work

“Leaders are responsible for both the big structures that serve as cornerstones of confidence, and for the human touches that shape a positive emotional climate to inspire and motivate people.” – Rosabeth Moss Kanter How does one best become equipped … Continue reading

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