Hey Girlfriends! Today, I wanted to speak to all my sisters out there, both young and old. If you’re a guy, keep reading as I’m sure you’ll learn something, or you may want to pass this on to your daughters!

I’m so happy to be a woman in today’s world. When I was a little girl, I was kinda jealous of my brothers. As boys they got to take their shirt off outside when it got hot and hide behind a tree when they needed to pee. But I figured out how to adapt with a tank top and quick potty breaks. Ha! I was a competitive brat, and no boy was going to outdo me on the basketball court or even in the front yard playing tackle football.

I took that same vigor and zest into the business world as an adult. Today I am a successful business woman, and I’m excited about my future. In fact, I’m more excited about the future than I am about the present. (click to continue…)

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What Frightens You?

October 31, 2016
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With Halloween here and the election upon us I thought fright might be a great topic to dig into today. Everybody is fearful about something. To those of you puffing out your chest right now saying nothing frightens you, you are frightening the rest of us! Fear is an emotion that can work for us […]

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Trust Webinar: You’re Invited!

August 31, 2016
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I hope you can join us for Impacting Leaders’ third Leadership Learning Series webinar of 2016! We’ll be talking about trust: how we earn it, how we give it, and what we must do as teammates and leaders to ensure we live it out! The webinar is “Essential Actions for Building Trust,” and it’s available for you to attend, […]

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Happily Ever After

August 23, 2016
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Sometimes knowing how the story ends helps you deal with the chapters that are uncomfortable, unwanted, and unpredictable. Today marks two years from the crash.  The crash that left a mark on who we are, how we think, how we behave, who we surround ourselves with and most importantly how we will move forward. Today, […]

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Delayed Reaction

August 9, 2016
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Each month several leaders within our organization get together to learn about and discuss a different leadership-related topic. This month our conversation veered to how quickly we respond to the needs of our team, and one leader volunteered to share a self-admitted failure when she took too long to take action on behalf of one […]

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