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Discovering the True Imposter in Imposter Syndrome

Discovering the True Imposter in Imposter Syndrome

We all play the part of chief, in some way. To legitimize our sense of “rightfulness” within this and every “role” we personate in life, discovering our innate leadership model is essential. It starts with fully uncovering, defining and owning who we truly are and...

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Leadership Development: Serving Leading Triangle Leaders

Leadership Development: Serving Leading Triangle Leaders

Leadership has changed quite a bit in the past three years. Demands on leaders to address the current issues with workforce, employee satisfaction, culture expectations around diversity, equity and inclusion, just to name a few, have left leaders...

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Should Management Be Considered a Four-Letter Word?

Should Management Be Considered a Four-Letter Word?

Riding home from a volleyball game the other night, I asked my 15-year old, “Do you like to be managed?” “Heck NO!” she replied, immediately. “I hate being controlled!” I glanced over at her and then asked, “Why do you feel management is about control?” She turned and...

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Powerfully Navigate Today’s Challenging Times

Powerfully Navigate Today’s Challenging Times

Last month, I wrote an article about receiving. Since then, a number of people have asked me how they can get to the place where they can truly receive. For me, there are a few key concepts to look at and understand: Resistance, Assumptions/Expectations, Releasing,...

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A Time to Receive

A Time to Receive

“How are YOU?” A client texted this to me on a rainy Sunday afternoon. It was at the end of his response to my earlier check in to inquire how he was after a particularly challenging week. Typically, I would have replied with a “great” or “been a good weekend,” but I...

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Building Self Reliance

Building Self Reliance

“Apparently, they are predicting an upcoming food shortage and the price of eggs may go up to twelve dollars a dozen,” my husband said over dinner the other night. “Really??? That’s a dollar an egg!” my daughter exclaimed. “Good thing we have chickens and don’t buy...

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Chasing Balance or Supporting Alignment, A Shift in Focus

Chasing Balance or Supporting Alignment, A Shift in Focus

One of our greatest challenges as humans has been creating balance in our lives—balance in our relationships, balance between work and personal time, internal balance within our emotional states and balance in our diets and the amount of time that we spend resting and...

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Leading and Living from Our True Source of Power

Leading and Living from Our True Source of Power

We are in a time where both choice and responsibility are being deeply highlighted. No matter what we face, seeing we always have a choice to make decisions that will align with what we want to create and experience is essential. When we view life through this lens,...

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