Entries from September 2012

What about failure?

September 26th, 2012 · No Comments

There’s a natural tendency to hold back and play it safe – it’s built into our neurology, The part of our brain that’s in charge of this tendency equates not moving, being still, and staying put with success. It believes a good day is one in which you weren’t eaten. Here’s a new dharma doodle […]

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Have You Ever Been At The Crossroads?

September 19th, 2012 · No Comments

Have you ever been at the crossroads? At a point in your life and work when you know something needs to change. When you feel – so accutely – the pull towards . . . what matters most . . . towards leadership . . . but . . . you . . . hesitate. […]

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Are You Tired of Meeting Lullabies?

September 11th, 2012 · No Comments

At a leadership retreat last week, one participant said, “How much time do we spend talking with each other about what really matters – our mission, our values, our purpose – in a given week?” The resounding answer, “Not much.” We talk about goals, tasks, and to-dos. And these are important. But, if the goal […]

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Who Is Following You?

September 5th, 2012 · No Comments

Imagine you’re walking down a dark street in a city you barely know. It’s really, really quiet. Eerily quiet. Then you hear some footsteps behind you and your heartbeat speeds up. Is someone coming after you? Are you being followed? Gulp. You turn around and . . . nothing. It was just your imagination. Whew. […]

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