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The Importance of Acknowledging Others

The best way to acknowledge others. Stop. Look. See each other.

How many times have we asked someone “How are you?” hoping we don’t get more than a one-word response such as “Fine” or “Good?” How often do we just continue to walk on and not stop to acknowledge the person answering—or perhaps asking—the question, […]

What Is It Like To Be You?

If a question can be loved, I love this question.

I don’t recall who first asked me this question, but when I was asked, I do remember feeling a bit stunned at its power. I was surprised that I could not easily find the words to explain to the other person what it was like […]

One Way Getting Gutsy Changed My Life

Have you ever had someone say something to you that shook your world and made you feel totally worthless?  I have and here’s what I did about it.

One year out of college I was working in business at an international company. It was January, the dreaded “Personnel Management Performance Review” time. I walked into […]

Who is Accountable for Accountability?

“It is not only what we do, but also what we do not do, for which we are accountable.” Moliere

“Accountability” seems to be the buzzword lately. This has been coming up a quite bit over the past year, but it seems to be more predominant now than ever before.

I remember working in companies when […]

Six Reflections on Reflecting

“Only when the clamor of the outside world is silenced will you be able to hear the deeper vibration. Listen carefully.”
~Sarah Ban Breathnach

These past few months are a blur. I spent way too much time doing many, many thing and not enough time reflecting on what I did to see if it was really […]

What’s on Your ‘Not-To-Do’ List?

I got up this morning and realized I had a lot of work today in preparation for a few key engagements where I needed total focus. I knew the four things on my “To Do” list that I clearly had to focus on to make these deadlines with some breathing room to spare.

What I […]

Get Out of Your Own Way

“My hunger goes back to the place where anything is possible. When I look at what is driving us forward as a country, or even as an organization, I very much believe that our choices define our reality and how we live our lives. You can look at the glass half empty or half […]

The ABC’s of being a better human

I just returned from a long holiday and I notice how everything has slowed down. Is it this way for you too, or is it just me? As I thought about what topic I wanted to write about to hopefully enlighten you, and me of course, I looked around my office and saw exactly […]

Sawa Bona. I See You.

I traveled to London a few years ago to participate in a three-day workshop called “The Bigger Game.” I didn’t have any great revelations during that weekend, nor did I see a clear path for what I was to do and who I was becoming. But, it did give me some juicy material to […]

Five Tips to Trigger your Creativity

I just returned from two weeks hiking and touring in Southwestern Ireland. Some places I visited: Ring of Kerry, Skellig Michael, Cork, Dingle Peninsula, Connemara National Park and the Cliffs of Mohr just to name a few places.

As I traveled, I carried a journal and forced myself to stop along the way to capture […]