Tag Archives: self discovery

Those Seemingly Innocent Flaws

I started my workshop well. A workshop I have delivered more than a dozen times and in that same room twice before. I felt comfortable and actually was settling in to a lively discussion around time management, an area that I have full confidence in. After decades of training, managing and mentoring people to working […]

Making Management Easy

The kind of fearlessness you need as a business leader is not an attitude, it’s an inner orientation. Simply put, evolving your business has everything to do with discovering aspects of yourself that are outside of your awareness today. This process takes courage. Participating in a management webinar session is a powerful first step. You’ll get some […]

Do You Have A Happy Dance?

Something exhilarating happens to me when I make a sale. Meeting someone for the first time, recognizing they need something that I have and forming a bond that could result in an exchange brings me immense joy. Using the skills and tools I have to identify if we could be the perfect fit, like milk […]

Saying NO!

One day about 6 years ago I decided to start saying no. Sometimes I wonder if it was some subconscious preparation for children or maybe I was doing what I saw all my mentors do. Either way, I did it. I said no…..and I did it again and again and again. Not so long ago […]

Passion Paycheck

Nowadays, with how hard it is to get one, I am in appreciation for any check that comes my way. Being a small business owner, I understand the stress and anxiety that can come with finding business and keeping cash flow coming in and not just out. Do what you love, love what you do […]

The Truth about Santa Claus

He is real for every kid and adult. I don’t care what race, nationality or religion you are. Even when you say, ‘I don’t believe in Santa’, you do. Santa means something to us all. We have different memories of who the jolly guy may be and where he lives and what he does, but […]