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Take the Pressure Off: Become a Curator of Curiosity

Take the Pressure Off: Become a Curator of Curiosity

How are you dealing with the shift in expectations we’re seeing globally?  You’ve heard it all before: artificial intelligence, an aging population, tech booms, growth of e-commerce…but what exactly does this mean for us as leaders? A recent McKinsey report shows CEOs are facing a shift in their expectations of the workforce.  Keep reading to […]

Break Away And Find Gratitude

Break Away And Find Gratitude

Forces have been working diligently to turn you and me into the type of people we do not want to be. Our minds and bodies have been fighting wars on multiple “battle-fronts” throughout 2020. Each battle-front is filled with high emotional content and explosively divisive perspectives. As we close out the United States National Month […]

How to Survive and Thrive in the New Virtual World, Part 2

How to Survive and Thrive in the New Virtual World, Part 2 How to Survive and Thrive in the New Virtual World

We started the first article in this series by stating, “We have been thrust into a virtual work world with little or no warning. Most of us have been at it now long enough to either suffer from Zoom fatigue or Zoom fear.” After sharing tips to help you navigate Zoom fatigue, I now want […]

How to Survive and Thrive in the New Virtual World, Part 1

How to Survive and Thrive in the New Virtual World, Part 1 How to Survive and Thrive in the New Virtual World 1

We have been thrust into a virtual work world with little or no warning. Most of us have been at it now long enough to either suffer from Zoom fatigue or Zoom fear. The term Zoom is now being used to describe the dramatic increase in virtual meetings generically. Whether you suffer from Zoom fatigue, […]

The Three Components Necessary for Achieving a Balanced Life

The Three Components Necessary for Achieving a Balanced Life The Three Components Necessary for Achieving a Balanced Life

The difference between a wish and a goal is that in the case of the latter, we create a specific plan in which we strategize and work towards its attainment.  A wish usually takes on a fantasy-oriented role and is internally excused with words like “unrealistic.”  Part of establishing written balanced goals, we learned, is […]

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