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  • Principled Leadership

    While in High School and College, I worked for a construction company during summer and other school breaks. Apart from the gains of making money and getting a workout, the best part about that job was my first trip to the tool aisle. Off I went to grab the biggest tool belt I could find […]

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  • What is Love in Leadership?

    As often as our world likes to throw the word “love” around, it seems strange that you don’t often see it spring to life in the world of leadership. We have seemed to relegate love to the confines of some personal relationship that exists beyond the territories of our businesses and organizations. I believe in […]

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  • Doing Things Differently

    What if I told you that, more times than not, you are the biggest constraint to your success? For most leaders we work with, this is their reality. However, the irony is this: it’s not completely their fault. Very few leaders have been conditioned for success because they do not even know what it means […]

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  • Seeking Truth in Leadership

    There are times when we have all stumbled into darkness. Times physically when the power has gone out, or times emotionally when we find ourselves in a position where we are unable to see the future in front of us. Our natural reaction whenever we face darkness is to cease all movement and to survey […]

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  • Understanding Millennials: What You Need to Know

    As millennials continue to become a larger part of the workforce and take on leadership positions, it’s essential that organizations understand what this sector of the population believes about business and their desires for their careers.  Below, we’ve shared what we believe to be the largest takeaways from the 2017 Deloitte Millennial Survey. The United States […]

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  • Four Questions for a Better Life

    Regardless of your life stage, your best future depends on good understanding of your current situation and making the next right steps.  While this sounds obvious, the truth is most of us don’t take time to reflect on our current state—we live a largely unexamined life.  As a result, we often make choices based on […]

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  • The Johari Window

    When we engage clients in a coaching relationship, one of our goals is to help them better understand how they relate to the world around them.  Whether we are talking about work, home, or any other arena of their life, there are always things an individual believes to be true about themselves and things others […]

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  • Pollution Downstream

    There’s an old folktale about a village located on a river.  One day, a baby came floating down the river and villagers rushed to save the baby from drowning.  The next day two, the next three, and so on.  Every day the villagers anticipated the problem and rushed to save the babies from the water.  […]

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