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The Perfect Brand Ambassador

We have all had experiences when the level of service received by an organization is exceptional. That service is always delivered by exceptional people – people who understand that empathy, understanding and the desire to be of service are the … Continue reading

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BEING CREAGOUS
What’s your Word for 2014?

A few years ago a fellow team member came up with her own word to describe what was needed during a time of great change and transformation in her personal and professional life. She combined the attributes of being both … Continue reading

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Stop Doing – Start Creating

The following question was asked in a survey of senior citizens: “If you had your life to live over again, what would you do differently?” The dominant theme from all of the answers was: “I would take more time to … Continue reading

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Let’s Thrive in 2014!

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Consciously Creating Amazement

Recently, I was asked to contribute an article to an Advent booklet being produced by my church. Such a request I always regard as an honor and so I enquired as to the theme for the publication. I was given … Continue reading

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Celebrating the True American Dream

The vision of those who, in 1776, declared the United Stated a sovereign nation is clearly described in the Declaration of Independence: “All men are created equal…..they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights….among these are life, liberty … Continue reading

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Authenticity – Life’s Secret Weapon

I was recently paid one of the best compliments I have ever received.  It was at lunch with a new friend.  She has had a wonderful career impacting change in large organizations and coaching Executive Leaders to reach their greatest … Continue reading

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Graduation – A Daily Event

A good friend of mine recently attended a graduation ceremony for his twin grandchildren. Proudly he watched them receive their diploma as they were now moving from kindergarten to first grade. Now, of course, May and June are the months … Continue reading

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Love Your Competitor

As an Aussie, I am still basking in the glow of the first Australian to win The Masters. His name is Adam Scott. The Masters is a golf tournament regarded by many professionals as the pinnacle of achievement. One would … Continue reading

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An Icon Moves On

A man who had a significant influence on my life and, without exaggeration, the lives of millions of others passed away on April 6th. His name was Larry Wilson, the founder of Wilson Learning and Pecos River Learning. Larry was … Continue reading

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