Monthly Archives: September 2010

Something Radical

“I continue to face the same challenges over and over again, and nothing really changes.” “I want to achieve my goals, but… How do I break or change old habits and start new, more productive habits?” “I want to be … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Successul leaders are not paid for doing things they like to do. They are paid for making effective decisions and getting the right things done. Leaders fail when they make only “easy” decisions, the ones they like, or the ones … Continue reading

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Choice #3: Seeing the World in a New Way

“The choices we make are driven by the choices we have.” “Hogwash!” The first statement came from a conference speaker heard by my friend and fellow coach, Leanne Hoagland-Smith, as described in her blog. The second exclamation was her response. As … Continue reading

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Look, up in the sky. It’s "Influencer!"

“If you could have any superpower, what would it be?” This is a fun question we often ask team building participants to discuss in pairs as we hike them to our outdoor “team challenge course”. The answers (and the motive … Continue reading

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