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Archive for March, 2013


Overcoming Limiting Beliefs Through Leadership




I recently attended a Government Affairs Luncheon and the topic was centered around special programs available to High School students focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. I have to admit, these were some of my favorite subjects when I was in High School but listening to the presenters gave me a much better understanding […]

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The Impact Equation – Part 2, Ideas: Contrast And Articulation




This is the second of four posts discussing “The Impact Equation” by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith. The subtitle of the book asks a great question, “Are you making things happen or just making noise? So which is it? Are you making a difference? Brogan and Smith describe multiple ways to do just that. Part […]

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Intentionality: You Can’t Be Everything To Everyone




Do you ever find yourself out of time and energy because you have spent everything you have trying to be everything to everyone?  Most of us like to help out but at what point do we simply need to say NO? I have learned (and am still learning) the hard way, when to say yes […]

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Leadership And The Art Of Struggle – Time To Reflect




REPOST: CELEBRATING THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF LEADERSHIP AND THE ART OF STRUGGLE I recently read Leadership and the Art of Struggle by Steven Snyder on a flight from Chicago to Portland. Snyder does a great job summarizing many of the struggles that leaders deal with on a daily basis and provides solid advice on […]

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The Impact Equation – Part 1, Working With The Equation.




This is the first of four posts discussing “The Impact Equation” by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith.  The subtitle of the book asks a great question, “Are you making things happen or just making noise?  So which is it?  Are you making a difference?  Brogan and Smith describe multiple ways to do just that. Part […]

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Using A Pair Of Tree Pruners To Increase Your Focus!




I had just completed three days of transformational training with the Deeper Path Team and taking a walk sounded like a good way to decompress and reflect.  John Maxwell’s rule of five includes “thinking” every day.  Walking is a good opportunity for me to think. I had never been to the state of Ohio before […]

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