Category Archives: Personal Effectiveness

Do Your Questions Matter?

I’ve got a question for you. Do you create the answers to your questions before you ask them? Think about that for a moment. Because your answer may have major implications for your success. On one hand, there is certainly … Continue reading

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The Three Biggest Causes of Stress… and Why You Are Addicted to Them

Well, it’s that time of year again. The business year is winding down. The holiday season is ramping up. And with just those two dynamics, the potential for stress is about to spike (if it’s not spiking already). God only … Continue reading

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Think You’ve Got Stress?

I have a confession that you probably already know: I’m a horribly inconsistent blogger. But, hopefully, you find my content good enough that when stuff comes out, it’s worth your time to read. Which I’m hoping this post will be … Continue reading

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Collaboration and Influence

From my Facebook page: I spoke today on the power of influence and collaboration for a client’s hi-po leader development event. As I often do when I speak, I said something off the cuff in way that made more sense … Continue reading

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