Monthly Archives: October 2012

Time

Yesterday was the first day wearing my watch in almost two years.  This watch had been sitting dormant because of its need for some major repairs.  For most people, a watch is just a way to keep track of time, … Continue reading

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Until you become it

Amy Cuddy on Ted.com speaks about how our body language can shape who we are, and ultimately our success.  Why not give it a try?  Raise those arms high.  Who knows, eventually you may become what you have been hoping … Continue reading

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Untethered

There may be a better word, a better term, or a better way to describe that interesting feeling that comes from feeling completely scattered and overwhelmed.  However you describe it, the unanchored position during chaotic times can undo us.  Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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We Just Need a Strong Leader

Working with teams is great.  But, I have noticed a pattern.  When there is difficulty, conflict or lack of communication an interesting pattern emerges during the various sessions.  What I hear during these sessions is consistent. Sometimes these statements are … Continue reading

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