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111 Work Life Balance is Bullshit!

Published on September 29, 2022 Written by

I’ve asked quite a number of leaders whether there is such a thing as work life balance. Almost everyone says no without hesitation. They agree there are times we’re present, we’re grounded, we’re in sync with what matters, and we’re in the zone—feeling all the joyous personal and professional satisfaction we’re looking for. Yet, it’s… View Article

111 The Day Before Vacation #1030 

Published on February 3, 2023 Written by

It’s the day before vacation for me. It’s a combination of work and vacation, which are some of my favorite experiences. Kevin is with me, and as usual, we’re hustling to button everything up so we can disconnect and truly relax.  Dan Sullivan’s words ring in my ear every time I’m leaving.  “If we worked… View Article

111 Intentional Communication #1029 

Published on February 2, 2023 Written by

My career has always been about becoming a keen observer. In all ways, coaching, facilitating, and training are about learning to engage your senses to read all of what’s occurring with the people in the room, not just the words shared.  When done well, we help people gracefully work through the tough stuff. You know… View Article

111 In the Face of No Evidence, Declare It #1028 

Published on February 1, 2023 Written by

I was searching for some older documents recently and stumbled upon a picture I made of my leadership vision for my future. I designed this vision for when I turned 50 (I was 42 at the time, so 8 years into the future).  I’d never set such a long-range goal for myself; most goals were… View Article

111 Better Questions #1027 

Published on January 31, 2023 Written by

As I observe myself, clients, and friends right now, it’s intense.  It seems business is challenging, people are facing life defining situations at work and home, teams are efforting to collaborate, and very little seems easy.  We cycle together.   It’s not permanent.  How can we help each other and ask better questions?  What can we… View Article

111 Getting Started When You’re Stalled #1026 

Published on January 30, 2023 Written by

When things are challenging, many of us get stalled at starting and proceed to feel bad.  Once we feel bad, we justify our inaction creating stories, rationalizations, excuses, and justifications thinking our feelings are reason enough to remain stuck.  We do other things, deprioritize the “big” thing we need to do that might be new,… View Article

111 10 Great Questions #1025 

Published on January 27, 2023 Written by

Today I’m thinking about great questions, so I’m including some random, unrelated questions in my recent reading. I hope one or more of them inspires some great thinking on your part! 

111 On Minimalism #1024 

Published on January 26, 2023 Written by

On my quest for gratitude, simplicity, and order this year I’m learning more about minimalism.   I’m happy to say I’m still on track with a box a week and while listening to a short book about minimalism, I took away a few great practices: 

111 Attachment #1023 

Published on January 25, 2023 Written by

When you’re on opposite pages with another person, sit at the table and open the door to conversation.  The simplest curiosities open the door.  We are in the initial phases of a remodel. We’re on different pages in terms of scope.  We sat at the table and were curious in our conversation.  It was interesting,… View Article

111 Finding Peace by Doing #1022 

Published on January 24, 2023 Written by

Sometimes, when life is overfull with challenges, real and imagined, you can’t sleep.  That’s been the case for me these past few weeks.  Today, I decided to get up instead of trying to return to fitful sleep.  It may not be my most energetic day.  It has been a more constructive use of my frenetic… View Article

111 Greatness Won’t Happen to You #1021

Published on January 23, 2023 Written by

I facilitated my worst rated session ever last week. What was interesting for me was that it was a great session from my seat having facilitated over 1,000 sessions. That’s where the insights begin. I have comparative data.  They don’t, and it was only their second session. What’s interesting is how disconnected most teams are… View Article


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