From the Heart

Freedom to Serve

We all have freedom to do, be, and say anything we want.  Recently, there has been a social questioning of our freedom of speech. Especially when many people are speaking on such a wide breadth of topics close to our hearts.  Our freedom of speech exists until it is...

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Is It Soup Yet?

Life is full of surprises, opportunities and disappointments.  Sometimes the most challenging part of the journey is the wait.  Leadership is a lot like making soup or your favorite stew.  You have a plan, add all the ingredients and then you slowly simmer the...

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Loss and Legacy

This week we mourn the loss of an amazing athlete.  A sudden, unexpected and tragic for the loss of all on board the Kobe1 for families, friends and colleagues.  Even if you were not a basketball fan, you were aware of Kobe Bryant. On Leadership – Kobe’s thoughts...

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It’s Not Time Management, It’s Commitment Leadership

When we are not clear on what we are committed to, we tend to get over involved.  This is what produces what we call the excuse of not having enough time. Key distinction:  Involvement and Commitment are not the same thing. A lack of clear commitments opens the door...

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Scoop of Humility and Slice of Humble Pie Please!

“Patience is a virtue. And some people are naturally more patient. But we can all work to become more patient,” Johnson says. “Humility is the same way. If we focus on appreciating the strengths of others, focus on being teachable, having an accurate view of ourselves, we can actually become more humble people.”

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