Your Best Self

Blog #283 It is my strong belief that for anyone to be a great leader, they have to ensure they are their best selves in all aspects of life. What I mean by this is a leader needs to be healthy and well-rounded on a holistic level. For example, if you are making good money, yet spend no time at home and are unfit, it is likely you are not

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Embracing Change

Blog #282 As human beings, we tend to fear change because of the unknown. I read something suggesting human beings are the only animals to look at the past with nothing but fondness and to the future with nothing but trepidation – even though there is almost no data to suggest anything but the opposite. In the grand scheme of history, albeit with a few minor dips, this has been

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Exodus Goes Public

Blog #281 On Friday, February 26th, Exodus Movement Inc, a blockchain wallet and exchange resource for crypto currency, received approval from the SEC to formally announce their intention to go public through a Regulation A offering.  Click on the links below to read more about this. In late 2019, I was brought in to help the Exodus leadership team. Little did I know what a ride it

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Senior Leaders Float Above the Business

Blog #280 I just completed a coaching call with a senior leader who is wonderfully smart, energetic, happy, but professionally, she is completely drowning – buried deep in the weeds. She has recently been elevated to a senior leadership position. In order for her to be successful, there are many things she will need to do; most importantly, she will need to transition from being a fantastic doer of tasks

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Team, Trust, and a Government Audit

Blog #279 I recently received one of those letters in the mail that all business owners occasionally get, yet no business owner likes: a notice of an audit for employment insurance. Not a big deal, but it did contain the words “government” and “audit”, so as an entrepreneur, my natural reaction is not a happy smile and a warm, fuzzy feeling inside. As a dyslexic, especially when it comes to

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Group Clarity Time

Blog #278 As the saying goes, “The cobbler’s children have no shoes.” Recently, I was able to get together with the core people on my team for a multi-day retreat. We met at our new second home/small retreat house in the high country of Colorado – and it worked great! Throughout our time there, we focused on team health and annual planning during the daylight hours then did something fun

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Three Steps for Creating Your Visualization of Success

Blog #277 I am huge believer in having a clear vision of where you are headed…which also happens to be one of the key factors in living life proactively rather than reactively. This concept can be applied to organizations, departments, individuals, couples, even families. Documenting a clear vision then creating a precise strategy to achieve that vision begins to turbocharge whatever this process is applied to. Generally speaking, people do

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Gratitude, Abundance, and Opportunities

Blog #276  During this holiday season, I have been reflecting on how grateful I am to live in such abundant and exciting times. I feel like I am the luckiest cat on the planet – and I believe it! I further believe that we are all the luckiest individuals on the planet. Now, I can hear some of you saying, “Here we go with the hippy voodoo stuff again.” I

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Meet Your Team Where They Are

Blog #275  It took me a long time to fully embrace that as a leader, teacher, facilitator, advisor, and coach, I need to meet the people I work with where they are at in order for them to grow. Often, when we learn a new tool, process, or technique, we want to teach this to the people we work with, though it may not be what they need at the

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Tools for Building Trust and Communication With Your Team

Blog #274 In my last few blogs, I have talked about helping senior leaders transition from being doers to legitimately effective leaders. I have discovered that senior leaders need to do the following three things for this to be a successful transition: Truly start thinking Become teachers, facilitators, and coaches Build communication and trust Last week’s post focused on becoming teachers, facilitators, and coaches. In this post, we will discuss

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