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Nine Tips To Get Yourself Out Of A Downward Spiral

Several years ago, I did some postgraduate work in the neuroscience of leadership. While on this journey, I became more and more in awe of our brain and its workings. This mere three-pound organ has over 100 billion nerve cells that each makes thousands of connections. And as more brain research becomes possible as […]

Five Tips to Create More ‘A-Ha’ Moments

“Eureka! – I have found it!”  – Archimedes
I don’t know about you, but I really love those “Eureka!” moments.  I love the rush and the hit of dopamine I get when I realize I have just brilliantly solved a problem, or imagined something very creative, or found the answer to a question that I’ve […]

It Can’t Be All About You if You Want to Make a Difference

In my leadership coaching business, I discuss in depth with my clients the importance of “servant” leadership. This phrase was coined by Robert K. Greenleaf, who was the founder of the modern Servant Leadership movement and the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. In 1970, he published his first essay, entitled “The Servant as Leader,” […]

What Will Your Leadership Legacy Be?

“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.”
~Nelson Henderson
The legacy you leave is the life you lead.

Legacy, as defined by Dictionary.com, is something that is handed down from an ancestor or a predecessor. When you live your life, you leave behind a trail of […]

Lead and Live with Your Vision. Intentionally.

live with intention. walk to the edge.
listen hard.
practice wellness.
play with abandon.
choose with no regret.
continue to learn.
appreciate your friends.
do what you love.
live as if this is all there is.
– maryanne radmacher-hershey
The above prose is a framed print that sits behind my computer and catches my eye every day.

I have carried this print with me for […]