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Personal Leadership Characteristics – Integrity

April 19, 2011

On my last blog, I provided my definition of personal leadership.  Here’s a snippet of my view on personal leadership: Personal leadership is about: Taking a leadership role in your own life. Having a clear picture of what you want to achieve and what success means to you. How you want to ‘be” while blazing […]

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Leadership Traits to Transform Your Life

March 9, 2011

I’ve been thinking about the transformations that I’ve been privy to see clients and friends achieve in their lives as well as take an outsiders view of my own transformation. Each transformation a person undertakes is a very personal journey. I think of transformations as a person blazing their own trail through the wilderness. What […]

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Transformation and Keeping Up with the Jones’?

February 8, 2011

Recently, the phrase “keeping up with the Jones’”came up during a conversation with a friend of mine. In doing a little research on-line, I found the background interesting. This phrase was the name of a comic strip that started around 1913 where the creator, Arthur R. (“Pop”) Momand, used his experiences of living beyond his […]

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10 from 2010

January 6, 2011

As I did in 2009, I am sharing the lessons I learned during 2010 with you. My hope is that you might pick up a kernel of wisdom from this, and that you are inspired to review how 2010 unfolded for you so that you are able to carry the lessons you learned forward in […]

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Settle Less by Leaning into Transformation

December 20, 2010

We’ve all been there…working a job that’s uninspiring and that’s mis-aligned with who you want to be and what you want to do with your life. When I’ve been in situations like this in the past, I’ve felt incomplete, uncommitted, unmotivated and uninspired. I felt a dread about going to work…I definitely had a perspective […]

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Transformation – A Matter of Choice

November 16, 2010

I was at a church service recently where the Rev. John Crestwell spoke about transformation.  To paraphrase, he stated that transformation starts by making choices to effect change. The context that he was speaking in was around organizational transformation. And it’s clear to me that this would also apply to individuals as well. So what’s […]

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Giving & Receiving the Gift of Feedback

August 16, 2010

Giving feedback is an important aspect of communicating with others. When you want to have meaningful relationships with others, you must open yourself up and risk giving and receiving feedback. Some of it will be positive reinforcement, some of it will be constructive feedback. All of it is important in figuring out how to deal […]

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