Monthly Archives: May 2016

Dog Training for Humans

Last week, we graduated another class of amazing Transformational Trainers into the world. Not only am I honored and excited to launch these instructors into their respective arenas of learning but also teaching this workshop always re-grounds the adult learning … Continue reading

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The Thirteenth Wine Goblet

You’ve probably heard of the baker’s dozen and the 13th donut… that little extra freebie that only costs a business pennies but represents an unexpected surprise to the customer and can add up to thousands in client loyalty and referrals. … Continue reading

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Being Comfortable with the Uncomfortable

My friend and training mentor, Ian McKelvie, says, “If you can only have conversations with people who agree with you and feel the same things as you, that’s a very small sliver of humanity to access.” Another really smart guy, … Continue reading

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The World Will Rise To Meet Us

We had no idea how much last week’s Stretch would resonate among all the Lion’s Den subscribers but my goodness, how it did! We were inundated with positive responses, good wishes, and gratitude for renewing old passions from so many … Continue reading

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True Callings

It’s a great big, joyous, spine-tingling day around the Belt household today. A day we’ll not soon forget. A day after which everything will be forever different. A day of great courage, personal honesty, immense faith, and singular focus. A … Continue reading

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