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Archive for September, 2013


Do You Want To Be Treated Fair Or Equal?




I recently had a conversation with a client on the difference between fair and equal.  The conversation revolved around the way we raised our kids but it got me thinking about the bigger picture. Do you want to be treated fair or equal?  Are they the same?  Does it depend on the situation?  Maybe they […]

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Discover Your Sweet Spot – Part 3: The Maintenance Phase




For more than two years Scott Fay has been my coach, mentor, and most importantly, my friend. When I was trying to separate who I was from what I did, and come up with a plan for the rest of my life, Scott believed in me and pushed me in the right direction. The official […]

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Is Significance Part Of Your Success Plan?




Every day I get several emails claiming that if I buy their program it will lead to success.  I don’t know about you but I am getting pretty tired of all these people trying to make me successful.  In fact, I don’t know if I am really interested in success anyway. You are probably thinking […]

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Victory – Is It Really About Winning And Losing?




The competitive bidding process, sporting events, reality TV, job opportunities and more.  All these things have something in common – a winner and a loser.  Our culture teaches us that in most things we do, someone wins and someone loses. The victory only belongs to one person or team. I used to think like that. […]

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Cherished – One Woman’s Journey To Love And Be Loved




It has been an honor this week to support my friend and colleague, Bethany Connor, during the launch of her new book “Cherished – One Woman’s Journey to Love and Be Loved.” OK guys (the male population out there), before you get scared by the pink flower on the cover and title of the book, […]

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Discover Your Sweet Spot – Part 2: The Building Phase




For more than two years Scott Fay has been my coach, mentor, and most importantly, my friend. When I was trying to separate who I was from what I did, and come up with a plan for the rest of my life, Scott believed in me and pushed me in the right direction. Although the […]

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