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Quiet Concerns

I used to love hearing the noise, screams, and laughter when I had three young children in the house. When things got too quiet, I worried about what they...
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Change of Plans

Have you ever made plans for yourself, for your future, only to see them not work out as you planned? My husband, Keven, is a planner. He is great...
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What’s Love Got to Do With It?

A leader’s love. Sounds a bit mushy, easygoing, vulnerable or weak, doesn’t it? Yet it’s actually a sign of strength and integrity. A leader’s love is a secret power...
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Are You Really Available?

Are you available? It’s so easy to answer yes to this question. Our intention is to be available but many times we send signals that say something very different....
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Compete as a Team

This blog post is a follow up to the second topic we didn’t discuss in-depth on our recent webinar, The Strongest Team Wins: How to Build a Team that Gets...
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The Team Comes First

This blog post is a follow up to one of the two topics we didn’t get to discuss in-depth on last week’s webinar, The Strongest Team Wins: How to...
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When Unkindness Feels So Easy

“Unkindness feels so easy sometimes.” It was just one simple statement in a much longer article, but wow, how true a statement it is! Why does unkindness so often...
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Free Webinar: How to Build a Team that Gets Things Done

It’s time for another Impacting Leaders webinar! The webinar is The Strongest Team Wins: How to Build a Team That Gets Things Done, and it’s available for you to attend, compliments...
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What’s In Your Wake? 3 Questions to Assess Your Impact

For good or for bad, we’re always influencing. What are you leaving in your wake? Here are three questions (and a few follow ups) to consider for a quick...
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Are You Learning From Your Bad Decisions? 5 Questions to Ask.

“When you start wiping out your history, sanitizing your history to make you feel better, it’s a bad thing.” – Condoleezza Rice We do that in business and in...
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