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Learn How to Pivot Like Pro

Pivoting: a movement in which the player holding the ball may move in any direction with one foot, while keeping the other (the pivot foot) in contact with the floor.  I don’t know about you, but I certainly feel like a player right now. I

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Managing Uncertainty And Change

The level of uncertainty and change many businesses are experiencing is certainly challenging.  While pandemic circumstances are unprecedented in our times, uncertainty and change are nothing new. In fact, businesses that have a culture of innovation are intimately familiar with these things. However, those companies

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Leading Through Trying Times

Every one of us is connected to each other. We are all one big ocean and our actions create ripples like waves. Our actions will inspire someone in some way—sometimes good and sometimes not so good. This is true especially now, when our normal circumstances

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The Power of Why

I love the word why! It is absolutely, hands-down my favorite three letter word. Why, Arizona is a small rural community in Pima County. Why is an adverb, a conjunction, a noun and an interjection. In scrabble, why can get you 12 points. And there

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Your Resistance Is Like A Green Mini Cooper

I asked one of my coaching clients to pay attention to how much they were judging themselves. They said they didn’t think it would be a big deal because judgement was not something that was a challenge for them. When we hopped back on the

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I’ll Take Disruption for $100

We live in a world of constant disruption. Technology and the amount of information that we are exposed to so quickly makes our world disruptive. There is a lot of noise out there. At times it is hard for us to figure out what we

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The Beginner’s Mind

As leaders, it’s easy to think that our job is to control outcomes and make people do things the way we want them to be done. However, it turns out that controlling doesn’t always lead to the best results. Control Control reveals itself differently for

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Do You Practice Integrity and Encourage Justice?

We have an internal desire for people to have integrity when interacting with each other. The acceptance of truth, our truth, is important. We want people to be impartial, represent the facts and be non-judgmental. Words like honesty, allegiance and accuracy come to mind. Do

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