Seeing Red

November 15, 2016

A multitude of thoughts and emotions are evoked when we see the color red. Seeing the color red can evoke energy, excitement, and even, fear, depending on its context. Red alerts us to danger ahead and influences us to take corrective action before meeting with an unfavorable demise. It can create the perception of a […]

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Being Certain About Uncertainty

October 11, 2016

For many – as a result of globalization, outsourcing, contracting, downsizing, recession and even unforeseen circumstances – “job security” may seem a lot more like wishful thinking than a current truth. It’s an unfortunate reality for thousands of workers across the country and that reality is not easy to live with when we have daily […]

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I Saw a Servant’s Heart

September 3, 2016

Business leaders often talk about forward thinking, “seeing the big picture,” or maintaining a 30,000-foot perspective. These phrases are all too familiar, but this week, one man I spoke with offered the highest perspective of all. He removed himself from a very difficult, personal situation and with a single gesture, he left a lasting impression. […]

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High Five Your Neighbor……It’s Time for a New Bus

August 23, 2016

A bus armed with explosives and passengers is traveling down a busy city street. The bus cannot be slowed down or accelerated or the bomb will detonate. The only way to save the passengers is to pull up a new bus alongside the old bus and transfer passengers one by one.” Most people will recognize […]

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Perception is Reality, and Reality isn’t Always Kind

June 15, 2016

“You were not open to feedback. Not only did you come across disinterested in receiving any feedback at all, but you seemed disinterested in any clarity surrounding the feedback you were provided with. In fact, you came across quite strong, you came across as if you were ready for war.” I can still remember those […]

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