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Coffee Cup Sleeves

One of my favorite sleeves on the board today says, “anything for someone going through chemo treatments xoxo”…

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Play

It was like they spotted Sasquatch and didn’t know what to do…

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Initiative Starts With an "I"

A few months ago my team moved to a new floor in our building. The first time I washed my hands in the restroom, I was sprayed all over my shirt because the water pressure...

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In Search of a Job: How to Write a Great Cover Letter

Find out how to write a cover letter and why it’s incredibly important.

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The Surprising Lesson of Brutal Honesty

Honesty, truthfulness; whatever you’d like to call it (I’ve decided to call it “candor”), many people underestimate the value of candor in an organization, relationship, or family.

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What Grandma Taught Me

Last night, I had a vivid dream. It involved my grandma Dorothea, who we affectionately call “Dot” for short. Dot passed away last...

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Study Your Success

...learning from your successes can put you on the fast track to excellence!

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Living an Engaged Life

“Living in the moment” is a difficult phrase for me to understand. It sounds hippy...

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Why Everyone Should Have A Tribe

It is hard-wired into our human biology to function and thrive best in close-knit tribes.

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Mission Over Goals

Living a mission-driven life puts the burden of responsibility in our complete control.

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Fives Truths To Keep You On The Road To Your Dreams
Pick Your Battles
Quirky Ways to be More Productive

These may sound weird...but they work!

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What Does It Really Mean to "Agree to Disagree"?

Have you ever been in a discussion (that feels more like a debate) and out of frustration, someone says, “Ok, let's agree to disagree”?

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Process Over Outcome - Focusing on Results Won't Teach You Anything

It's not always about the outcome. What we learn in the process is what REALLY matters.

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Negotiation 101: Say What You Need to Say

Being a "yes-man" to avoid conflict doesn't have to be the essence of your existence. Learn to negotiate! 

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How to Make Money Your Slave

“Mo money, mo problems!" This phrase defined my reality in my teen and young adult years. My struggle with money stemmed from...

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The Real Reason You Hate Budgeting

For some reason, budgeting has a weird stigma around it. Some of my friends have told me...

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Lead Like You Should Love

One of my favorite books is “Leaders Eat Last” by Simon Sinek. What Sinek illustrates...

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