Monthly Archives: July 2012

Summer Reading Lessons

In my work, I spend a fair amount of time on planes and reading is one of the things I most enjoy to pass the time. I equally love reading for personal and business growth as well as for the … Continue reading

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Crisis Point

I received a call last week from a client who was in, as he described it, a “crisis.” The sudden and unexpected resignation of two key players on his team within two days of one another had been quickly followed … Continue reading

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Upping the Ante

If you read last week’s Monday Morning Stretch, you know I’m working from a summer cabin near South Lake Tahoe for the month of July. Last week, on a hike around the perimeter of Echo Lake, Tom and I remarked … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Walking in a New Perspective

Have You Ever by Brandi Carlile “Have you ever wandered lonely through the woods? And everything there feels just like it should. You’re part of the life there, you’re part of something good. If you’ve ever wandered lonely through the … Continue reading

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Precautionary Landings

Tom and I spent last week on a much-needed vacation on the island of Kauai with a short side trip to Oahu. There’s a good reason they call it paradise. Hawaii is serene, breathtaking, and majestic, especially the NaPali Coastline. … Continue reading

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