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When what matters is clear.

  • February 9, 2016

Funny how time, the pace of change and urgency can drive a scurry of activity but not necessarily a good result. It takes leadership to stop. And courage to seek clarity. It's usually met with resistance. We can't do that…

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The enemy is already in the room…

  • January 12, 2016

I arrived early to see if I could get a table in the quieter part of the restaurant.  I knew the conversation with my friend would need space to work. He arrived a little late and looked a bit rattled. …

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Kick Up Some Dust… 

  • August 11, 2015

I was 6 weeks into a new assignment.  The discovery process was grueling but it was beginning to provide insights.  As I sat with one of the key players and my list of endless questions, I focused on learning more. I…

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You’re not crazy…

  • June 23, 2015

It was a typical morning, I was headed to meet a friend for breakfast.  The conversation starts as it usually does when you haven’t seen each other in a while, how is the family...and then moves to a more in-depth…

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Look for the Expiration Date

  • June 9, 2015

One of my favorite places growing up was my Grandma's kitchen. It was an old house with a big pantry full of goodies.   It is where I learned the importance of checking the expiration date.  I was hungry and dove in…

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The Next “Movable” Piece.

  • May 26, 2015

Change is hard. It doesn't matter if it’s is in your professional or personal life.  Sometimes we pursue change to make our life easier and other times to optimize our potential. Some of us have change happen to us and others embrace…

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Where the dirt road ends…

  • April 21, 2015

  It was a crazy week with an endless list of “to do’s” and deadlines. As I got in my car to head out of town, I replayed the week looking to celebrate what I had moved forward, evaluate what…

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Twenty Four Hours (Only 1440 minutes) a Day?

  • April 7, 2015

How present are you... It seems no matter where you look, the news is reporting statistics.  Some of them, I must admit,  seem ridiculous and make me wonder why are we wasting the time and space to report such things.…

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Does it fit in your peach crate.

  • March 10, 2015

My Grandma Hannah was a firecracker packed into a small package.  I think she maybe weighed 100 pounds and measured all of 5 feet.  She had just an eighth grade education but a life of great lessons to share. I…

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