E is for Exiting and Five More Strategies

Leaders exit proactively.   They know when and how to leave a situation, role, relationship, or job.    Exiting can be painful, unexpected, frustrating and dramatic.  Here’s five more strategies for exiting (and a bonus).   6.  Trust you Intuition – Intuition is your...

E is for Exit

Leaders exit proactively.   They know when and how to leave a situation, role, relationship, or job.    Exiting can be painful, unexpected, frustrating and dramatic.   Exiting can also be exciting and challenging.  Exiting can be both good and bad.  There are...

E is for Exiting and Entering

I was happily evicted. My only eviction notice arrived a few days before Thanksgiving.  I was shocked and trembled.   I’ve always paid my bills on time and worked at getting a good credit rating.  Was it a midlife crisis or the wild child in me breaking out? I...

D is for Doing: Definitions and Starters/Stoppers

“Doing” is what moves you, a team, or a community forward (or backwards). Doing is taking action, performing, or executing. Here are some other definitions of doing: • The opposite of being • Making something happen • Moving towards a goal or vision •...

Top 10 Communication Challenges and 2 Solutions

Top Ten Communication Challenges The standard for what a good communicator is has been based on the culture of American business. 1. Not Understandable – Sometimes a speaker’s voice is too soft or too loud, or it conveys an underlying emotion that’s not...

Communication is Just a 3 Step Dance

C is for communication, it’s a big and all-encompassing word. It’s a foundation for successful leaders, people, projects, companies, and relationships. Finding communication a “challenge” at an early age made me appreciate it more! I didn’t say a single optional word...

C is for Communication: It’s just a 3 Step Dance

C is for communication, it’s a big and all-encompassing word. It’s a foundation for successful leaders, people, projects, companies, and relationships. Finding communication a “challenge” at an early age made me appreciate it more! I didn’t say a single optional word...