Category Archives: choices

Can Your "Servant’s Heart" Serve You?

I have been working with a coaching client recently who has spent more than 20 years of her career serving others through various roles in the association management profession.  Now, for the first time in a long time, she wants … Continue reading

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Your Possibilities Are Endless

123RF Stock Photos My wife will not buy or wear denim jeans that have back pockets, regardless of how other people say she looks. My 90-year-old mother refuses to consider moving to a beautiful new apartment with assisted living options … 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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Vision: What You See is What You Get

I am amazed at how a little change in perspective changes everything about how we see the world. And how you see the world actually determines the world you will see, how you interact in the world, including the choices … Continue reading

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Time Will Tell

Are you are seeking a remarkable life, rather than mere fame or fortune? Do you want to be a valuable influence in the lives of others? Do you want to re-connect your thoughts and actions with your deepest values and … Continue reading

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