Category Archives: vision

Wax on. Wax off. Process Visualization

You are either a goal-setter or you are not. Generally, I find that most people are much like me in at least one way: No matter to what degree I can define my vision for future creations before I begin them, … Continue reading

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Leadership on the Front Line

Managers are the linchpins connecting the daily actions of a workforce with corporate vision.  Yet the gap remains.  Why? Most companies complain about the gap that exists between corporate strategy and the daily work performed on the front lines. In response, … Continue reading

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What do you Want?

“Vision is not enough. It must be combined with venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps, we must step up the stairs.”     —Vaclav Havel What do you want? I mean really, really want. We don’t want to hear … Continue reading

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Finding Your Character in Your Five Favorite Movies: Mr. Holland’s Opus

“Good work enriches the world and also enriches the worker.” – Scott Russell Sanders “What is your favorite movie?”  This is a fairly common question and a good conversation starter as well, because we can learn so much about a … Continue reading

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Finding Your Character in Your Five Favorite Movies: Apollo 13

Successful Failure: Knowing What is Most Important NowToday’s post is number four of my series on Movies That Teach – Finding Your Character in Your Five Favorite Movies.  I have covered three movies to date: Groundhog Day, Elizabeth, and The … Continue reading

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Someone is waiting for YOU to come along

I don’t usually post at The Intersection of Purpose and Now on Saturday, so I hope someone finds this to be a special treat (honestly, I hope someone FINDS it!).  My friend Julie Causey shared the following Leo Buscaglia quote … Continue reading

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I want to be an Archer…

Leadership Development and Strategic Planning – these are keys to success and core services provided by my business. Individuals, teams and for-profit, government and non-profit organizations – everyone wants a plan for future well-being. Everyone has the same concern: How … Continue reading

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2010 Reaffirmation: My Grand Aim & Manifesto

Following is a re-post of my blog from November 2009, which is an appropriate reminder to start to this new year and decade of life: “The man I am writing about is not famous. It may be that he never … Continue reading

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Make 2010 a Very Special Year

Have you a vision for how your life and your business will be different one year from now? If you avoid goal-setting to allow for the “unknown”, in reality you are letting circumstances dictate your level of success or failure. … Continue reading

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My Grand Affirmation & Manifesto

“The man I am writing about is not famous. It may be that he never will be. It may be that when his life at last comes to an end he will leave no more trace of his sojourn on … Continue reading

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