Category: Sue’s Daily Blog

Doesn’t Feel Like Work #981 

Published on November 28, 2022 Written by

Family business isn’t for everyone.   For those of us who appreciate it, one of the benefits of doing work you love is doing it with people you love.   Whether by chance, by choice, or by circumstance, I hope you truly enjoy those you work with to the point of loving them.  For us, one of… View Article

An Offer Not to be Missed #980 

Published on November 25, 2022 Written by

We help people increase how intentional they are as leaders, in their business and in life. This is why you – our committed blog readers – will receive our best deal offered on our online question-a-day journal. We’ve slashed the price in half from Black Friday through Cyber Monday for you!   If you’re looking for… View Article

Today, I’ll Start with Gratitude #979 

Published on November 24, 2022 Written by

Happy Thanksgiving! With gratitude, we repost this blog annually to remind us to pause and bathe in gratitude. From our heart to yours, we wish you an abundant and joyous Thanksgiving.  This morning, I was fully present to the sunrise.  I don’t mean just observing the great colors, or simply noticing how the rolling clouds… View Article

Memories Matter #978 

Published on November 23, 2022 Written by

This week is one I cherish. Our kids come to the house to decorate for the holidays, we launch the holiday tunes and finish with a great meal and some games.   As a chosen family, it means we’ve created our own traditions. One of which is cherishing time together and focusing on experiences, not material… View Article

It Works Every Time #977 

Published on November 22, 2022 Written by

Kevin was recognized for an incredible award this past weekend. Though he won the award in 2021, the pandemic delayed the recognition of his great leadership in medicine until this year.  It was a big deal for him, and our entire family made it to the event with his colleagues and toasted his commitment to… View Article

Five Steps to Peace #976 

Published on November 21, 2022 Written by

For some of us, when things aren’t going right, we react with emotion. This describes me.  Over time, I’ve learned to wait before reacting, and at times that works. I’ve found people who react more logically do better with this method than I do. *(Waiting 24 hours before saying anything is often a good idea… View Article

Transforming Reactions to Learning #975 

Published on November 18, 2022 Written by

Sometimes I react. I’m not proud of it, but I do it.  Learning to pause when emotion overtakes logic is a journey I’ve been on for many years. I’ve gotten great practice in my work, yet I’m a work in progress every day.  This quote from Ram Dass reminds me the work I’m doing is… View Article

Entering The Danger #974 

Published on November 17, 2022 Written by

This time of year, I have the honor of guiding people through deep team health work.   It’s often challenging for the teams as most of us aren’t fluent in offering feedback, discussing friction between us, or receiving appreciation well.    As one leader courageously offered in a recent session “I don’t feel heard…” the team missed… View Article

Help, I’m Stumped #973 

Published on November 16, 2022 Written by

Some of you have asked about whether there will be a celebration at the end of 1,000 blogs. Others have asked me if I’ll continue beyond blog 1,000.   Celebrating at blog 1,000 has got me stumped. I’m not a person who lacks ideas or reasons to celebrate, so it’s prompted some thinking for me as… View Article

The Truth Sets You Free #972 

Published on November 15, 2022 Written by

One of our core values is “doing work you love with people you love.”  This is meaningful to our incredible team to measure behavioral accountability, AND we use it in assessing our clients as well.   It causes us to reflect on our attention to their needs, special things that make their experience as good as… View Article

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