Month: April 2014


The Source of Great Leadership

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It was half time and the girls left the field frustrated.  They were down by 1 point in a game they expected to dominate. An undefeated season and the pride of adding a banner memorializing their team in the gym were at stake.  Yet for whatever reason, they just couldn’t pull it together in the [...]


How WIll You Spend Tomorrow?

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My daughter posed a question to my husband and I over dinner one night: “If you knew you were guaranteed to receive $86,400 a day, at 12:01 am every day for the rest of your life, how would you spend it?” The only catch is that you must spend it.  You can’t save it in [...]


The Path to High Performance

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If you want to get on a path to high performance, there is one thing you must first accept: Whatever your current level of performance may be at this moment, if you aspire to something greater or to be better you have a performance gap. Being honest with yourself about your gap is an important [...]


Are You Playing Enough?

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Following is a guest post from Rich Largman.  Rich is someone I have collaborated with for 15 years in working with clients.  He is also my personal coach and one of my dearest friends.  It is my pleasure to share his insight and writing with you here.  This topic is so perfect as a first [...]


A Letter to a Bully

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Have you ever been bullied? Even if you haven’t, chances are you know someone who has. It doesn’t matter whether it was long ago as a kid or now as an adult.  Even when you have the maturity to recognize bullying for what it is, the hateful actions of a bully can still wreak havoc [...]