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4-Step Process to Resolve Conflict Quickly

Learn to reduce friction, be heard, & find an agreeable outcome in 4 easy steps.

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Do You Color Inside The Lines?

It’s a delightful thing, coloring together with my kids at the dining room table. I marvel at how they silently swim in their own gigantic imaginations and translate their inner worlds onto paper.  They hate activity pages, only want “clear” printer

The Gift Of Choice Is More Profound Than You Think

As we enter into the holiday season, particularly the reverent week of Thanksgiving, I can’t help but focus on gratitude.  Years past, I’ve reflected on gratitude as a “beingness,” or stance, rather than an activity.  This year, I narrow in

Knowing This About Communication Will Up Your Game

Something I notice is how people transmit information, thinking they’re effective and diplomatic, when in fact the mode of delivery muddles the message sending all parties into assumption land. This week I address one of the most basic elements of human

How To Ensure You’re On The Right Path

A common topic among many of my clients is decision making. For significant issues, decision making can be crippling. Many hold that if we don’t make the RIGHT decision we begin a domino effect of less than ideal circumstances and consequently live a failed

A Distinguishing Trait Of Those Who Live Powerfully and Deliberately

Regardless if you consider Werner Erhard as one of the godfathers of transformation or not, he said some pretty compelling stuff. “Happiness is a function of accepting what is.” The art of accepting things as they are and as they

Nervous? Turn That Fear Into Fuel

Public speaking, a presentation, speaking up in meetings… if you’ve ever had to put yourself out there and found yourself nervous, then this week’s article is for you.

Live As If Everything Is An Experiment

  What if everything in life was an experiment? Would you be more engaged? More brave? You’d bet you this… you’d live with conviction because you’d know you couldn’t fail. It feels like every week or so I pick up