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To Change or Not to Change? That is the Question.

“Action and reaction, ebb and flow, trial and error, change – this is the rhythm of living. Out of our over-confidence, fear. Out of our fear, clearer vision, fresh hope. And out of hope, progress.” ~ Bruce Barton
I have been exploring the question, “Is change good or bad?”

I’m finding the answer is consistently “Yes.”

Change is […]

By |March 14th, 2018|Change|0 Comments|

A Bit of Wisdom from Gutsy Leaders

As Mitchell Levy, The AHA Guy, states in the forward of my newly released Gutsy Leaders: 140 Bits of Wisdom on How to Build Teams with Vision and Compassion,
“Gutsy leaders are human. They live and act in alignment with their values and with the traits of authenticity, integrity, and trustworthiness. They are fun to […]

My Quest for Leadership

“The familiar life horizon has been outgrown; the old concepts, ideals and emotional patterns no longer fit; the time for the passing of a threshold is at hand” ~Joseph Campbell
A few years ago I participated in a wonderful three and one-half day retreat with an organization called Rites of Passage.

This retreat called Quest for […]

Authenticity: The Art of Being You

“How desperately difficult it is to be honest with oneself.  It is much easier to be honest with other people.”~Edward F. Benson
To be authentic is defined by dictionary.com to be trustworthy, honest, genuine, real. It is a particular way of dealing with the external world, while being faithful to our internal selves and our […]

How Confrontational Intelligence Can Get You What You Want

Last year, I studied and was certified in Judith Glaser’s Conversational Intelligence (C-IQ) work. In her teachings, she describes the Three Levels of Conversation as follows:
• Level I is transactional. This is when we exchange information. You ask. I tell. Repeat. Reverse. And so goes the dance. This is simply giving instructions or directing someone.

• Level […]

Men Versus Women….Not!

“Women upset everything. When you let them into your life, you find that the woman is driving at one thing and you’re driving at another.”
George Bernard Shaw (1856 – 1950) “Pygmalion” (1913)
I spent many years of my career climbing the proverbial ladder in Corporate America. I did what I think is typical of so […]

Leaving the Comfort Zones That Don’t Serve You

Comfort Zones are the habits we have—neither good nor bad—that we need to be aware of, because they may be preventing us from playing our bigger games. Comfort Zones may be keeping us in the same old place, as they are just that—they are comfortable. And who wants to leave a place that is […]

That Time I Put Up With a Lot of Bull

The movie…Urban Cowboy.  The place…Outside of Houston.  The bar…Gilley’s.

A young John Travolta played a country cowboy who comes to the big city of Houston, hangs out at Gilley’s to learn about life and falls in love with an urban cowgirl, Debra Winger. It was a smash hit.

Gilley’s was a country western bar complete with […]

Two Words to help you be Kinder Every Time

Recently I’ve been telling a lot of people that I think we, as a society, are increasingly showing a lack of basic human kindness toward each other. It seems we were a lot kinder to each other a mere 10 years ago. I think our full, busy and stressful lives have been a big […]

How Changing a Belief Helped Me Change an Assumption

I always took great pride in my ability to accomplish a lot. I was one of the fastest “Check it off, it’s done” people I knew. During a leadership program I attended, I pulled aside the leader and told her, “I am getting impatient with all these people. They seem to take forever to […]