Monthly Archives: August 2016

Growing Pains

Last week, I celebrated my 57th birthday. Turns out my family and friends weren’t the only ones that remembered or knew how old I was. It’s a little spooky when your Facebook feed suddenly assaults you with ads for wrinkle … Continue reading

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Lessons from an Ultra-Light Backpacker

You only have to carry an overstuffed 40+ pound pack on your back for a few miles with a small elevation gain to know that there has to be a better way … and that you probably didn’t need that … Continue reading

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Zip Lines and Second Chances

One of my favorite quotes in my Leadership Communication keynote presentation is “I never lose. I either win or I learn.” That idea was explored and exemplified in my friend Deb Berecz’s short but poignant blog last month, and I’m reposting … Continue reading

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The Hard Thing Rule

I don’t want to exercise in the morning. I feel good when I do it, but I don’t wake up wanting to do it. I like to wake up slowly, drink my coffee, check emails, and start cranking away at … Continue reading

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Music Monday: The Morning After?

Our lead Lioness, Katherine Eitel Belt, had a busy travel schedule this week, so we decided to recycle a Music Monday Stretch from 2012 which seemed all too appropriate in light of the two political conventions of the past few … Continue reading

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