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Recognize the Pivot

  • January 5, 2018

As I got off the last lift for the day, I felt burn in my thighs. It was an awesome day of skiing, particularly since it was day two. First day was “work out the kinks” and “build back the confidence” day.…

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The one thing money can’t buy.

  • December 5, 2017

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

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Giving Grace.

  • November 21, 2017

As I entered the store, I was truly disgusted with myself. Planning ahead is one of my core strengths, especially during busy holiday weekends.  The last place I wanted to be was back to the grocery store.  And yet, I forgot some key ingredients.  I had no choice but…

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Are you a 31’er?

  • November 11, 2017

Are you a 31’er? As I sat down to think about my week, it became clear that the pace of things around me was on a one-way ticket to faster.  That is true for everyone.  Because everything is 24/7, we…

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The Line Is Never Straight – Up Close.

  • May 23, 2017

It was a glorious day on the water.  After dinner, people started to gather around the campfire.  The conversation was alive with stories that replayed the day’s events - the classic crashes, the great accomplishments and of course the fun…

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Guardians of no progress.

  • May 9, 2017

It started out simply. A way for me to “call out” less than stellar behavior that was counter-productive to change while keeping the focus on the behavior and NOT the people. Guardians of no progress©. You know - those rascals that…

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You + Others.

  • April 17, 2017

Spring is a time of renewal, of evaluating who we are and what we want. Have you ever asked yourself "what is your leadership commitment?" It's a big question triggered by an engaging and fascinating conversation I had recently with…

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The very last one…

  • March 28, 2017

It was early, just after 5 in the morning.   You could see the colors of the sky beginning to change in anticipation of a beautiful sunrise.  A grand celebration for the world to see, that a new day has arrived…

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Behind the lens.

  • March 14, 2017

My love for photography started years ago with my Aunt Anita. Each time she visited, we explored another chapter from her travel log.  Her images and stories were mesmerizing to me as a child.  And much to my family’s chagrin, the…

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Hard vs. Soft

  • February 28, 2017

In this  world of "Big Data"  our natural curiosity fuels the urge to seek to understand the essence of every detail, because the data is now available. Knowledge gives us potential but it is through practice we build mastery.  So I…

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