Monthly Archives: November 2010

Feeling Dis-Integrated?

I continue to meet people who are tired of their compartmentalized lives.  Constantly interrupted, with inconsistent direction, and wearing many different hats: spouse, employee, parent, volunteer, friend, leader… People so caught up in busyness that they forget who they are, … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Getting Lost in Time

Have you ever found yourself “twiddling your thumbs” at a meeting that started late? Or sat in a restaurant waiting for your lunch appointment to show up? Or had your flight delayed? Or found yourself waiting for a tardy client? … Continue reading

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Try Something New – Really New!

It is hardly too early to start your annual planning cycle.  To help get you “kick-started” I am re-posting an article from the Intersection of Purpose and Now archives.  2011 is the “now”; what is your Purpose? What if you … Continue reading

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From Boot Camp to War College

The more I learn about our nation’s military and the officers and soldiers who serve, the more I admire them. American business could improve a great deal by learning from the military’s continual and experiential approach to leadership development. The … Continue reading

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