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Vanishing Choice.

  • February 26, 2015

The abundance of choices we have in today’s world is overwhelming.   Seems everyone wants to give us options…so we can chose.  nice...but is it necessary? When you consider that the human capacity to process options tops out at 5 plus…

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True Commander.

  • February 10, 2015

I don’t know when or why I started reading my horoscope each week in the Sunday paper, but I still find it interesting and thought provoking. This week mine said: “Anyone can lead when the conditions are right.  It’s the…

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The ONE thing money can’t buy.

  • December 9, 2014

As we approach this holiday season, the push to get our attention to buy things picks up speed.  This focus always stops me in my tracks.  Maybe it is the sheer “volume”, maybe it is fatigue since some merchants put…

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Integration vs. Balance

  • November 25, 2014

How many times have you heard the debate or felt the frustration personally over trying to achieve a “balanced life?” Why do we focus on balance as the ultimate goal?  Who decided that balance was the ideal.  Ok – so…

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It isn’t IF, it’s only WHEN.

  • October 13, 2014

As I sat in my chair that evening, I heard the speaker say you will forget 90% of what I say tonight.  However, if you remember anything please remember this. “There is no doubt you will be successful in your…

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Anticipating the ricochet.

  • September 23, 2014

Maybe it’s because I grew up in Minnesota, but I love Hockey.  It is fast paced, aggressive and full of suspense.  When you study the great player Wayne Gretzky, you see his genius.  He focused on anticipating the ricochet vs.…

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More “seat time”.

  • August 24, 2014

More seat time   “I just need more seat time.” I heard him say as I watched him walk away in disgust.  And I knew he was right. My youngest son races Motocross.  I know what you’re thinking, isn't that…

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A Lesson for All of Us

  • July 9, 2014

I think Rita Pierson, a life-long educator got it right... She said, kids don’t learn from teachers they don’t like. I think the same is true about leadership.  People won’t follow leaders they don’t respect and they certainly won’t learn…

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