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Make Good Agreements with Yourself

Make Good Agreements with Yourself

There has been a lot of talk lately about the concept of “Quiet Quitting” and depending on which side of this debate you land, you may either relate completely or you may think that anyone who is “quietly quitting” is just doing the bare minimum to...

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True Collaboration: The Best Results Are Team Driven

True Collaboration: The Best Results Are Team Driven

As a business begins to grow beyond stage 1 where it was mostly driven by the founder / CEO and maybe one other right hand person who helped get all the things done that the CEO wanted, you’ll likely begin to hire more team. What actually happens...

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Change Your Approach

Change Your Approach

Entrepreneurial CEOs are used to jumping in and rolling up their sleeves to keep things moving forward to get results. That is why I am sure you won’t be surprised to hear that I recently worked with a client who, like many of you, is used to doing...

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No Humans Are Perfect

No Humans Are Perfect

As humans, we’d like to believe that someone has everything figured out better than we do, because we know the all too frequent moments that are crystal clear: we do not have it all figured out. I’ve had my share of teachers and mentors through all...

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Moving through Change As a Team

Moving through Change As a Team

As businesses move forward during this unknown time, it is important that you and your team are able to connect and think collaboratively together—there are many external drivers not only impacting your business, but the very fabric of the world....

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Leveling Up As You Move Forward

Leveling Up As You Move Forward

As you move forward on your journey from A to V, the range of what I call “acceptable behaviors” narrows. The whole team’s performance needs to improve, to become more masterful and professional, from the CEO to the leaders to the individual...

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Self-Care Is Non-Negotiable

Self-Care Is Non-Negotiable

Sometimes we don’t realize how much something in our work life has impacted us until we are burned out. I know there’s a lot of talk out there about the importance of self-care, so much so that it may begin to sound like the next fad or buzzworthy...

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The Generosity of Leadership

The Generosity of Leadership

As humans living in extraordinary times that are difficult for so many people, it is normal for us to be triggered and upset and to react in self-protection. As the world contracts, it is normal to want to do the same. But, what if we consciously...

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How to Define Company Goals

How to Define Company Goals

When I ask leaders and their teams about their main obstacles to performance and what prevents them from achieving results, the number one answer—by far—is “Not having clear goals.” They say things like: “I don’t really know what we’re doing,” or “I...

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