Why You Hold On

(Excerpt from my soon-to-be-published book, Just One Step: The Journey to Your Unstoppable You) Last week I wrote about the importance of letting go in your life, and this week I want to dive deeper into the letting go concept. Specifically, I want to share with you the reality that […]

Just Let Go

(Excerpt from my soon-to-be-published book, Just One Step: The Journey to Your Unstoppable You) We’re all carrying things that don’t serve us, at least not in a healthy way. Perhaps it’s a belief about yourself, your worthiness or your enoughness. We all carry around false beliefs and doubts about whether […]

Just Stop

(Excerpt from my soon-to-be-published book, Just One Step: The Journey to Your Unstoppable You) I literally limped into Santiago de Compostela and synchronistically connected with my friend Mark LeBlanc in a small hotel. After a very welcome hot shower, Mark and I journeyed into Santiago for a lovely dinner. We […]

Are You Listening?

(Excerpt from my soon-to-be-published book, Just One Step: The Journey to Your Unstoppable You) My question to you is simple – are you listening? So much (too much) of our lives are consumed with thinking about things and trying to figure things out, but I’ve learned that this rarely gets […]

Watch Over Your Snow Globe (Excerpt from my soon-to-be-published book, Just One Step: The Journey to Your Unstoppable You) Last week I shared my perspective on the metaphor of snow globes – specifically, the need to regularly shake your snow globe to avoid settling. This week I want to address […]

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Shake Regularly

Excerpt from my soon to be published book, Just One Step: The Journey to Your Unstoppable You I love snow globes, especially the metaphor they offer us regarding leadership and life. No matter how long or how often you shake a snow globe, things quickly go back to normal, and […]

A Tolerance Process

Earlier this year, I wrote about the role and impact of tolerance in your leadership (and life), offering this truth: “Your leadership, your culture, your relationships and your impact are not defined by what you preach, but by what and who you tolerate.” Since first sharing this perspective over a year […]

Don’t Take It Personally

Last week I wrote about phrases that pay and one phrase that doesn’t pay (“Do you have a minute?”). To remind you, it’s important to create or discover phrases that pay – simple phrases that are so clear, rich and recognizable that they pay great dividends for the brands they […]

Phrases That Don’t Pay

PIn the marketing, branding and speaking world, we talk about the concept of creating phrases that pay – simple phrases that are so clear, rich and recognizable that they pay great dividends for the brands they are associated with. Here are a couple of examples of phrases that pay: Just […]

Mind the Gap

If you’ve ever ridden the London Underground, you’ve heard this phrase over and over – mind the gap – which relates to the gap between the train doors and the station floor. The message is repeated over and over and over on the trains – right before every stop, at the stop […]