Category Archives: Time Management

Mothers: How Much Are They Really Worth?

Recently the value of motherhood is being studied again. Researchers still want to know if there is a price tag on the constant presence of mothers and what they do to support their offspring. After all, mothers become the first leader actively present in a child’s life. But, can the value of a mother’s support […]

15 Traits of Grateful Leaders

Is gratefulness a dying art form? Too many times I see leaders who do not appreciate a leadership opportunity for what it is. A lifelong lesson. A chance to add value rather than relish accolades. Unfortunately, there is a spirit of ungratefulness and a lack of appreciation for the many rewards that come from being […]

Please Use Generously

Isn’t it amazing how creativity is born? Noted journalist and editor of the Saturday Evening Post Brenda Ueland once said, “Inspiration comes into us slowly and quietly and all the time, though we must regularly and every day give it a little chance to start flowing, prime it with a little solitude and idleness.” It […]

Haiti: Leaders Rise to the Occasion

Like you, I watched and read the coverage about the disastrous earthquake in Haiti. I cried. Then I prayed. And at the same time I am reminded of how a call for help can ripple around the world. Quick action from leaders who stepped right in has resulted in overwhelming support for thousands of Haitian […]

Until We Meet Again

Patrick Lencioni, renowned national speaker and author of the best-seller “Death by Meeting,” has the antidote and outlines tips for better meetings. He says that insight to make meetings less painful, tolerable, and more productive. He includes focused tactical agenda items, methodology for improvements, and practical guidelines for success. Interestingly enough, not all meetings are […]

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