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Processing leadership guilt

I think all good leaders deal with guilt on occasion in their leadership and life walk. It shows that they have at least a decent moral compass, and while carrying guilt certainly is not fun and can impede your long-term effectiveness if it lingers, working through...

Fuel your friendships – Part 2

"How did this happen?" This was Max Dickins asked himself as he thought about proposing to his girlfriend and realized that he didn't have any close friends that she could ask to be his best man.  Max considers himself to be an outgoing guy with decent manners,...

Fuel your friendships – Part 1

I can honestly say that I have been blessed with some amazing friendships over the years.  My closest friends have been there to celebrate the great times and to support me during the hardest times of my life.  Great friendships always bring out the best in...

The power of microadventures

Have you thought to yourself or said to someone else, "I just need to get out and do something?"  I know I do at times! Micro-adventures are a great way to get away, reset, let go of some stress, and learn a little along the way.  While there is a lot of...

What to do when you are thrown under the bus

Being suddenly thrown under the proverbial bus is one of the worst feelings there is in a working relationship. It's the sense of being betrayed by someone that you likely had some level of trust built with for their own gain. Perhaps you were blamed for something...

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