Coaching

Are one of these habits your downfall?

The other night my husband, Mike, made an innocuous claim about how long a drive he had to do alone was. He overestimated. I knew he had the number of

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What you know is not enough

It’s springtime! Mother’s Day is approaching. The weather is warming up, and I’m back to my morning walks. It’s a peaceful time when I reflect on things I hear (and

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Why you should try and be bad at it

Last week, I asked what makes you better. As someone who believes in continuous learning, this is something I think about a lot.   I wrote about two communities that

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You Control Your Interpretations

Years ago, I launched a course based on my book, which evolved over time and is now part of the foundation of The Connected Leader Course.   I’ll never forget this

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Starting something new is hard!

I can’t live without my iPhone. I love the functionality and how efficient it can make some communications. But I will never forget, rather my husband never lets me forget, when

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Last Chance to Join the Connected Leader Club 🚀 Free Webinar. Secure Your Spot …

An extra reach out this week to make sure you got the invite to join us tomorrow at noon EST to hear all about The Connected Leader Club and Course.  

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Do You Have the Key Relationships You Need to Advance?

Last week’s announcement of The Connected Leader Club and Course was exciting and terrifying. We have worked so hard to bring this amazing idea to life. Then, I had to hold my

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I created the club I wanted to join

IT’S ALIVE! (Read with the Frankenstein movie intonation.) Well, at least it is live. The Connected Leader Club is official.   I was excitedly telling a friend about this new endeavor and

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Old Habits New Habits

How to handle the backslide

Agrhhh! I messed it all up. It was September 21st, and I went to sleep without checking to make sure I hit my 10,000 steps.  When I looked at my watch at

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