Monthly Archives: February 2010

Take Time to Meander

meander [mɪˈændə] vb (intr) 1. to follow a winding course 2. to wander without definite aim or direction Sometimes people have misconceptions about living at The Intersection of Purpose & Now. They believe it will be restrictive. They think they … Continue reading

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Facing Your Giants

Sometimes we need a little help to do our best, to get better when we’re already so good, to reach The Intersection of Purpose & Now. Most people recognize the powerful difference a good coach can make in athletics, as … Continue reading

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How do I get better when I’m already so good?

FINDING PURPOSEOK, so maybe you would never really ask this question about yourself, let alone your team or your organization. I believe you could say it though, with all honesty. I believe most people, individually and in groups, are just … Continue reading

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