Monthly Archives: March 2015

Holding Out for Greatness

Last week, I wrote about an interview with Kip Tindell, CEO of the Container Store, where he spoke about his seven “Foundation Principles.” We examined one of them, the “Man in the Desert Selling” idea, and I’m hoping you found … Continue reading

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Strictly Business

You’ve heard it said before: “It’s nothing personal. It’s strictly business.” Maybe you’ve said it yourself. But what’s the distinction? If we operate our whole lives, business and personal, from a set of personal values, then what we do, the … Continue reading

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Pearls

I love pearls. And I recently learned that ancient Greeks believed that wearing pearls would promote marital bliss and keep newlywed women from crying. Lucky me. Now it looks like I simply must have those pearl earrings I’ve been admiring … Continue reading

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Lessons From The Trail

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Do one thing every day that scares you.” I can’t say I do something that scares me every day… but I did on Friday. I was honored to speak on personal leadership and exceptional phone skills … Continue reading

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Music Monday: A Message From Your Heart

Consider this… America has twice the chronic disease than Europe. America has four times the chronic disease than Japan, China, and India. (Michael Rozen, Chief Wellness Officer, Cleveland Clinic) The chief cause of arterial disease is inflammation, including infections of … Continue reading

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