Month: October 2011

Maybe Snow is Just What We Need…

It snowed last night.  According to my neighbor is snowed 11 inches last night.  It snowed 11 inches in October.  I heard that the previous record for snow in October was about 3 inches, so take that 1908.  Honestly, I don’t actually know which…

Starting a Movement

Have you ever wanted to start a movement?  How about being part of something new, crazy or different?  Ever wonder how to start? Derek Sivers gives this great talk on TED.com on how to start a movement and I wanted to share this with…

What is Going Well?

I attended a conference recently.  No speaking role, just attending.  I had an opportunity to connect with others and talk to them.  And if you haven’t guessed by now, I love to ask questions. I started out the day with the typical, “how are…

I Hate That Guy

A few months back, I got to work with a fairly new leadership team.  All of the leaders had been in their positions less than two years, some only a few months.  The session focused on their behaviors (how they do the job) as…

Anger is My Primary Emotion

Anger.  Yup, it is a part of my world.  Let’s face it, one of the problems with learning about different styles is coming to grips with your own.  All styles have great things and not-so-great things at the same time. According to Marston and…

Your Worldview: by the Creator of Wonder Woman

William Moulton Marston.  Who is he and why should you care? In 1928 he published Emotions of Normal People, a book which elaborated the DISC Theory (a behavioral assessment I typically use to help people understand their behaviors). Marston viewed people behaving along two…

Who are you?

Seriously, who are you?  Have you thought about why you are they way you are?  Why do you do things a certain way? Why is it that you can connect so well with some people, and others can be so difficult? Spend a few…

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