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Latest Features
03 AUGUST 2020

Can you trust that you are enough?

It’s one of the upsides of this sheltering at home thing – more people are showing up more fully as themselves.
29 JUNE 2020

We are naked together

This world – the real world – is not a show. People are not their roles. We are no longer simply characters in whatever theater we happen to play in.
29 MAY 2020

Stay unproductive - at least for a little while

Living in this moment is new for each of us in unique ways. Can we allow ourselves to be changed?

Learning is supposed to be uncomfortable

It’s the emotional experience of learning - of being a beginner and making mistakes, often publicly - that often keeps people from even trying to learn.
01 MARCH 2019

Every successful leader has blind spots

When you receive feedback, your first, very natural, totally understandable response, is to assess the feedback and decide, for yourself, whether you agree with it.
02 FEBRUARY 2019

3-step plan for making 2019 your most productive year

How can you stick to a plan when so many things threaten to derail it? How can you focus on a few important things when so many things require your attention?
10 OCTOBER 2018

Ask this 1 question now to save a ton of time later

How often have you put your heart and soul into something - a sales pitch, a presentation, a letter, a conversation - only to find that it misses the mark?
28 JULY 2018

How to lead when you’re feeling afraid

Here’s the dilemma: The only way you can solve an impossible challenge is through innovation and experimentation. But fear blocks innovation and experimentation.
02 JUNE 2018

How to actually start the task you’ve been avoiding

Think about something you’re having a hard time getting started on, something important to you.
06 FEBRUARY 2017

Execution is a people problem, not a strategy problem

While strategy development and communication are about knowing something, strategy execution is about doing something. And the gap between what you know and what you do is often huge.

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