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Just one day

It was the end of summer, the crackle of a bonfire, the sounds of loons in the distance and the full moon glistening on the…

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Choose to Decide

The average adult makes 35,000 decisions everyday compared to 3000 for young children.  Although some of us may want to debate the number, I think…

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Leading Innovation…the Ultimate Experience Model

Leading innovation is fun for me.  Not because it is easy, but because it is about doing the work that matters for our future. But…

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In plain sight

It was the fall season, my favorite time of year.  The football games, the color of the leaves, the crisp fall air, unpacking my favorite…

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Be Present

It seems no matter where you look, the news is reporting statistics. Some of them seem ridiculous and make me wonder why we are wasting…

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This is my personal blog. My mission is to inspire leaders—as individuals and at the corporate or organizational level—to be intentional with their leadership and professional development to elevate performance, achieve excellence and fulfill their goals.

I’ll share my successes, mistakes, best advice and most valuable tips on the topics of intention, attitude, telling your story, being relevant in a changing marketplace, integration vs. balance, and more.

They’ve taken me from a small town, high school graduating class of 42 all the way to becoming the President and CEO of a $750 million corporation.

If you are looking for insightful, relevant content you can use to shape your world and achieve your future goals, you’re in the right place. It is my goal to engage you in a meaningful conversation on leadership and cause you to think about your personal footprint and impact.

This is about how to “lead your life”.

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