Monthly Archives: December 2012

Leadership, Expression and the Influence Matrix

Leadership starts with authentic self-expression that adds value through relationships. This is one of my¬†leadership¬†core values. It helps me be more discerning about my relationships and my role in those relationships. Among other applications, I have taught it to my … Continue reading

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How Intentional Are Your Holiday Thoughts, Feelings and Habits?

I am struck by the number of friends who say they dread Christmas or get overwhelmed during the holidays. For some, the holiday season brings up bad memories of the past, from childhood upbringing to the anniversary of a death. … Continue reading

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Questions to Make Next Year GREAT!

Now is an excellent time to reflect on your past accomplishments and begin planning for your next big year! Here are some questions to get your planning started: What were your two or three most significant accomplishments, breakthroughs, and/or achievements … Continue reading

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Results are merely souvenirs of great endeavor!

No one knows you and your business better than you do. So if you want someone to show you how to run your business, hire a consultant. They are everywhere. No one knows your work better than you do. If … Continue reading

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