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Purpose & Outcome – The Lost Part of the Equation

Our daily schedules are filled with stuff, stuff and more stuff.   Meetings, calls, to-do lists followed by more meetings that seem to go on forever.   Many of us find ourselves just hoping to find the time to take a breath, and when we do take a moment to breathe, we remember we also have that other very BIG aspect of our job … called leading.   539 more words


Don't Be A Squirrel

Who knew that the demise of a little squirrel would teach me a life lesson.  This happened all in a matter of seconds but it seemed like an endless series of events.   165 more words

Just Because

I was in a car accident today, and it might have been the best thing that could have happened

I think what I’m saying, is that sometimes, shit happens, someone has to deal with it, and who ya gonna call?

Venkman, Ghostbusters II

I was driving in to my therapy appointment this morning after some really tough days.

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Invisible Star Potential - How to Rebuild Talent After Adversity

Teresa* was the Golden Child, embraced by her bosses for her constant over-achievement, idolized by her colleagues eager to follow in her footsteps. She was a consummate professional with the demeanor of one who was in control and never seemed phased by the challenges of her often busy and demanding role. 561 more words

the things I didn't

Twenty-five years ago last week, the course of rock history almost changed. A small Midwest punk band was on the edge of greatness…Almost becoming the trailblazer that others followed, the obscure band they reverently referred to as the ones that inspired them. 761 more words

Life In General

Och Aye, Or Noo?

Tomorrow, Scotland goes to the polls to vote for or against independence. Opinion polls are close – close enough, in fact, that they make pollsters nervous. 411 more words

Behavioural Economics

Inspired: The 2 ingredients you need to do great work

“To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not quite enough time.” ~ Leonard Bernstein

This philosophy of time and planning really resonates with me. 126 more words