Author Archives for Sue Hawkes

There are No “Throw Away” Moments #70

Published on May 24, 2019 Written by

There are No “Throw Away” Moments #70 Your actions speak louder than words. We’ve all heard this, but do we believe it? There are no “throw away” moments. It’s as if we’re always in a glass house, on stage with others watching and observing. Do you treat your moments like this? Or do you treat […]

The Choice is Yours #69

Published on May 23, 2019 Written by

The Choice is Yours #69 “Early is on time, on time is late.” Vince Lombardi Any of our EOS clients have heard me reference this quote 1,000 times if they’ve heard it once. It’s simple, tried and true and a basic tenant of good leadership. When you’re early, prepared and thoughtful about how you spend […]

What Does Next Look Like? #68

Published on May 22, 2019 Written by

What Does Next Look Like? #68 It’s a great question, what does next look like? In a world that’s busy “leveling up,” what does next look like? In a sea of excuses when you don’t keep your word, what does next look like? On your list of accomplished tasks for the day, what does next […]

3 Reasons Why Great Leaders Journal #67

Published on May 21, 2019 Written by

3 Reasons Why Great Leaders Journal #67 Journaling. It’s something all great leaders practice. Not the good ones, the great ones. Most good leaders think they can skip it, or at the very least, dabble at it. Nope. It’s about consistency and perspective. Why? Here are three of the best reasons: 1. Because you need […]

Female Leaders | Intentional Greatness in Salon Franchise Leadership

Published on May 21, 2019 4:00 am Written by

You’re here because you know that learning never ends. You’re the kind of entrepreneur, business owner or leader who realizes that the pursuit of a perfect life, while a worthy goal, is also an impossible one. You know there is no end to the race, but you’re ready to power through anyway. You work twice […]

Well-Established Habits #66

Published on May 20, 2019 Written by

Well-Established Habits #66 It’s hard being a beginner, especially with well-established habits. I’m beginning a new practice with time off. It’s started with this question: What would I do with today if no one knew about it? In other words, what would be my activities of choice if I had no responsibilities for other deliverables […]

Intentional Greatness in Feminism and Literature

Published on May 20, 2019 4:00 am Written by

You’re here because you know that learning never ends. You’re the kind of entrepreneur, business owner or leader who realizes that the pursuit of a perfect life, while a worthy goal, is also an impossible one. You know there is no end to the race, and you’re ready to power through anyway. You know that […]

It’s Already There #65

Published on May 17, 2019 Written by

It’s Already There #65 Have you ever noticed you can’t see things until you’re ready? They were always there, you just weren’t able to see them. It’s like when you buy a new car or get a new phone or tablet – you suddenly see them everywhere. Where there were none, suddenly they appear as […]

Women in Leadership | Intentional Greatness in Leadership and Coaching

Published on May 17, 2019 4:00 am Written by

You’re here because you know that learning never ends. You’re the kind of entrepreneur, business owner or leader who realizes that the pursuit of a perfect life, while a worthy goal, is also an impossible one. You know there is no end to the race, and you’re ready to power through anyway. You know that […]

Eliminate Shoplifting of Time #64

Published on May 16, 2019 Written by

Eliminate Shoplifting of Time #64 For those following along with this week’s eradication of the “got a minute meeting” in your work life, this post will serve you in preventing yourself (or others) from asking for one, if possible. This is your checklist for preventing you from shoplifting time or hijacking the productivity of those […]