Self-Blindness

One of the biggest skills you can work on and keep fresh is self-awareness. It's a component that makes empathy and compassion easier to lead with. It tempers reactive behaviors. It also makes you a natural stand out amongst peers who lack self-awareness or emotional intelligence. Building a community or team with this skill is... Continue Reading →

Vacation – Take One

First week of April and I'm going on a vacation. You won't see much for posts from me unless I'm super inspired this week. The podcasts will be back next week as well. Some facts that I hope you, like me, won't become a statistic of: 21% of us will leave 5 or move vacation... Continue Reading →

Self Administration

Party of one please! Our tasks and work don't always work that way. We have to work hard to get those tasks that seem to be necessary down to a few. Even better when we can get it down to one isn't one priority enough? What if you could find a way that if there... Continue Reading →

Ideal Reality

What would an ideal life be for you? Better yet, once you have it, how would you bring that ideal reality into life? Our biggest struggle keeps us from even getting started. That struggle happens to be for most of us, taking the first step. I've found in my time that creating lasting change in... Continue Reading →

Check In Before You Wreck In

We've all heard "check yourself, before you wreck yourself" hopefully at some point in our lives. Probably by someone who was way more self-aware then we were. When was the last time though you were completely body slammed by your own emotions? I'm sure in the comments below this post we could all list several... Continue Reading →

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