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5 Leadership Lessons from Master Yoda

“Do or do not. There is no try.”

I have always loved Star Wars.  When I first saw the original trilogy, I was completely consumed – good against evil, normal person who does heroic things, new images, concepts and characters, and the tension between the journeys of the protagonist vs. 795 more words

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Work/Life Balance: The Family Journal

When I was in junior high, my English teacher, who I had a crush on, suggested  we all keep a journal. Of course, I went straight home that night and got started. 474 more words

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Leadership Learning Moments: Admitting Mistakes

Leadership Learning Moments is going to be a three part blog series that walks leaders through the process of making a mistake (or as I like to call them, learning moments) with confidence. 293 more words

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Overcoming Mental App Overload

“That’s exactly it!” exclaimed my executive coaching client. “I have too many apps running in my mind and they are going all the time. No wonder I feel constantly tapped out.” I was reminded of a recent experience where my smartphone battery was draining inordinately fast. 794 more words

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Stay Healthy and Extend Your Life at Work

Sitting at a desk all day can leave you drained. Check out this infographic for ways you can stay healthy and extend your life at work.

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Choosing Leadership

This week I was going to write about leadership in corporate America and if being a leader is a choice. Well, I believe that being a leader is a choice, and with Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day in mind, I would like to celebrate my father, Sergeant Major Johnny Jones, as well as the men and women who served and died for our country and made the choice to be leaders. 260 more words

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Being Clear and Specific Won’t Leave Trash in Your House

My fourteen-year-old son has chores around the house, and one of those chores is taking out the trash. When he was first given this responsibility, I told him, “Please take out the trash before I get home.” He said, “Okay Mom, I got it.” When I arrived home, I looked around, and the trash was still in the house. 139 more words

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