Monthly Archives: November 2015

Words of Power

If last week was one of my most important Monday Morning Stretches, it was also one of my most long-winded ones. And so this week’s edition will be decidedly shorter but hopefully just as power-packed! As I write this, Tom … Continue reading

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Using Your Inside Voice

This might be one of the most important Monday Morning Stretches I’ve ever written. So, here goes… To say that my boys were “loud, rowdy, and rambunctious” when they were young would be an understatement. “Please, please, please use your … Continue reading

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If I Had as Much Sense as a Goose

Thankfully last Sunday, I finally got my bum back on my bike for a 22-mile ride after a 2-week absence… and it wasn’t pretty. Tom and I were riding with his friend and experienced cyclist, Terry. It was a cold, … Continue reading

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Who’s Showing Up?

Ever get the idea that you have employees or co-workers who have quit working for you and are still showing up for work? Their bodies are present and accounted for, but their brains, creativity, curiosity, and excitement aren’t? Worse yet, … Continue reading

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Music Monday: The Other Side of Fear

I just saw a quote today by Jack Canfield that said, “Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” You won’t agree with that statement if you already have everything you want. And I would say you were … Continue reading

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