Tag Archives: leadership

I’m hitting “publish” on this later than I intended to. I have been writing, reading, and rewriting this post over the past week before finally letting go of “getting the words right” and instead letting them flow, unfiltered, from my heart. After the horror that unfolded in Charlottesville, I’m reminded of the lesson I learn over […]

Would You Follow You?

It is common when people here the word, “leader” to associate it with things like title, position, money, achievement, power. While these generalizations to the concept of leadership may be a way at looking at the concept of leadership, it is not the lens that will help us to see the true meaning of the […]

“No One Should Have That Much Power Over You…”

I have been fortunate to have many mentors in my career. Mentors we know, trust and respect are a very important part of our journey in personal and professional growth. I have had one mentor in particular who has been influential for me over the past three years. Not only has he been a professional […]

Don’t Throw in the Towel Yet: Inspiration From Yoga

  So, let me illustrate the picture of inspiration for you. It is a Wednesday, 9:30 p.m. the room is 110 degrees with 40% humidity. The heat and intensity is overwhelming. The person next to me has already given up and the person in front of me is losing intensity as we continue down this […]

How To Cook Up Your Magic

Authentic growth and development takes time, specific tools and the right ingredients. Whether you realize it or not, we are all in a constant state of development. The question is what tools and ingredients are you using in the recipe to develop your greatness and discover your magic? I am not talking about a pull […]

Successful Leadership: 9 Characteristics of a Good Leader

Successful companies have leaders and managers at every level of the organization to monitor employee behavior, watch the bottom line, and oversee different aspects of the company. Some people are good leaders, while others are not. Some leaders are underaggressive while others are overaggressive. Recently, I was thinking about what makes some businesses and its […]