Modern Day Jesus

Washing the dishes. My time to slow down, focus on my breathing and where I am, now. I run through the inventory ... body discomforts, mental anxieties, and an aching soul. I do not make the time to meditate as much as I need, but the dishes need to be washed. With warm water flowing over... Continue Reading →

Thursday Thought: The Art of Observation

Note: Each Thursday I will post a little something to inspire us to finish the week strong. These Thursday Thoughts will vary … a quote, poem, or inspirational video.  Congratulations, you made it over the hump and let’s finish the week together. Not sure why I fell asleep and when I lost my grip on my camera.... Continue Reading →

Sit Still, Observe and Take Notes

Early on in my blogger life I wrote about observation (Sit Still and Observe).  In that post I reflected on my educational background in Anthropology to make the case for leaders to use the power of observation.    I still find observation to be a vital tool and process for leaders and thus, today we return to... Continue Reading →

Midnight Archaeology

Where is my flashlight?  Oh yea, the office lights work; I am good. It is late at night and I am the only person in the office.  This can also be a Saturday afternoon or a Sunday morning - either way, I am alone in the office.  The work is done and I am thinking... Continue Reading →

Sit Still and Observe

At the core of my view on leadership is movement and I speak to it in other posts. Today though I ask you to sit still and observe. In your organization what is happening around you at any given moment? Where is the staff - quiet in their workspace, grouped together in the hallway, or... Continue Reading →

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