Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Leadership Choice- Character

  Tough times are the breeding ground of character. Think about the way humility, perseverance, and generosity emerged in the caldron of personal struggle. When we fail, flounder, and are brought to our knees by unfortunate events the nature of … Continue reading

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Our Dog. My Teacher

Sawyer (The Lab) and dog-in-law Geiger How important are our animals in centering our lives? I often quip that our dog Sawyer is my teacher. The life lesson’s I learn from her are those where I can potentially be, Fully present. … Continue reading

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The Customer Care Challenge

Every organization I know believes in customer care. At Amazon executive meetings have a vacant chair at the table signifying the customer. Most employees will espouse customer care as the central organizational value and practice. But is this always true? … Continue reading

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Daydreaming Matters

Have you ever been accused of being a daydreamer? If so, you were probably given a bad rap because it was a way of criticizing you for some perceived “non-doing” state. Daydreamers slip into a short-term detachment from their immediate … Continue reading

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The Joy of Going Nowhere

We live in a world hell-bent on going somewhere. Questions like, “What is your five year plan?” “What do you want to be when you grow up?” “What are your dreams?” bring valuable focus and direction to our lives. But … Continue reading

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