Self Reflection

How to spell “yes” with N-O

I was recently a guest on the Sales for Nerds podcast with Reuben Swartz. We were discussing how to form more genuine connections. “No” and “yes” should never be one word

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Do you know when your way is NOT the best way?

We know a good leader when we see one. They take responsibility, make changes as needed, and step up for their team when times are tough. We all want to

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Being grateful

Looking back: The difference between bragging and gratitude

The past few weeks I have spent helping my 84-year-old father clean out the house he has lived in for 35 years. I found some things that brought me back

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Authenticity

I can’t fake it but I can frame it

It was a really tough last year – for everyone. I know I am not the only one dealing with more than the pandemic and the impact of the last

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The greatest gift

The greatest gift to give and receive

In last week’s newsletter, I talked about why I share. As you all know by now, my family and I have been going through a rough time. Without the help

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the best words

The Best Words You Can Say

In doing the looking back series, I got to relive many of the events that inspired the posts. I’ve learned a lot over the years and today I want to

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Time - you're not doing it right

Time – you’re not doing it right

To fill out the rest of the story we have to make sure the tasks we’re doing are getting us to the goals we’ve set. What if something you think

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keep it simple

Keep it simple…and sticky

A “keep it simple” newsletter I wrote before the sky fell, enjoy… It’s New Years Resolution season! Do you struggle with sticking to your goals? A word from the wise?

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The Season to Connect - Notepad

‘Tis the season to connect!

With the holiday season comes the holiday parties – but probably not this year. It is still a time of joy, celebration, reflection and gratitude. So how can you keep

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