Be Better, Not Bitter.

- Have confidence in your values.(reprinted from Authentic Success newsletter. You can subscribe here)There is a lot of anger to go around these days. Much of it stems from loss.This week's newsletter comes out on inauguration day in the United States. Many are troubled by the loss of civility in our politics. Others are upset … Continue reading Be Better, Not Bitter.

Lead With Influence, Not Control

-Gain cooperation with authenticity and a positive vision The leadership stakes are high right now for business leaders. Besides your regular business activities, you must address the uncertainty over the pandemic and political, social and economic turmoil. Today, I want to talk to you about the difference between leading with influence and control. Influence is about creating … Continue reading Lead With Influence, Not Control

To Thrive, Embrace Your Inner CEO

“If I want to be great I have to win the victory over myself…self-discipline.” – Harry S. Truman  The pandemic has thrown most of us into a tailspin. It has disrupted our comfortable and familiar routines. We have had to adapt to continually changing restrictions, conflicting news about the virus and economic volatility due to the … Continue reading To Thrive, Embrace Your Inner CEO

How To Positively Deliver Negative Feedback.

"Intention is the single most powerful and transformative ingredient in dialogue."-Oren Jay Sofer, author of "Say What You Mean, a Mindful Approach to Nonviolent Communication."Who doesn't feel uncomfortable sharing shortcomings to help another improve their performance? How many people like communicating their dislikes in a personal relationship? What if you could embrace a simple formula … Continue reading How To Positively Deliver Negative Feedback.

Why We Don’t Change Bad Habits

Sounds crazy doesn’t it?

Even when we know we have a habit that is detrimental to our well-being and fulfillment-either physically or psychologically, we still don’t put the effort into changing it.

We might think about all the ways we act, think or speak that are destructive or less than constructive. We might complain to our friends about how we should change, but we never take the consistent action required.

What Does Respect Have To Do With It?

Respect is admiration or reverence for someone or something. I noticed some time ago that out of efficiency, I was semi-consciously breezing through tasks, conversations and decisions in order to “get to the good stuff” or what I assumed was of a higher priority.