Creating A Success Mindset

“Be as you wish to seem.”  Socrates Being is a state of mind.  We get stuck when we cannot imagine a different circumstance than our current circumstances and we act in ways that align only with the current limitations we are experiencing.  We have a default survival oriented thought process when we are stuck.  SurvivalContinue reading “Creating A Success Mindset”

Creating Intergenerational Workspaces

Currently there are four generations in the workforce.  I am blessed to work with them all.  I am challenged to work with them all as well.  –Zen B. Brown During the typical week, we as leaders confront dress styles that challenge our sense of professionalism, and we confront strong resistance from our workers with theContinue reading “Creating Intergenerational Workspaces”

Getting Our Brag On

We are not surprised that negative thoughts occupy our minds more frequently than positive thoughts.   Worry, doubt, fear and inner criticism are a part of the natural wiring of our brains. Most of us brush off compliments and feel uncomfortable talking about our accomplishments. “You look nice today” is usually followed by a self-deprecatingContinue reading “Getting Our Brag On”

Leading With Integrity

Google has over 100 million results for “Leading with Integrity” and that demonstrates how often we associate the word “integrity” with leadership. But as a Leader, I want a more concrete definition of “integrity” than “doing the right thing when no one is watching” and want to distill the 100 millions perspectives into something usableContinue reading “Leading With Integrity”

Reading to Kickstart Our Success

Labor Day marks the beginning of the school year for many our families.  Ironically,  we are all students learning something or unlearning something.   This is a good time to recalibrate from the leisure summer and fall into action working on our goals and finishing 2018 strong.  Reading can kickstart our success.  I started aContinue reading “Reading to Kickstart Our Success”