When It’s Okay to Walk Like An Egyptian

We will all experience trauma and loss in our lives. Once the shock wears off, here are some things that you should know about the grieving and healing process…

How Leaders Attract Followers

Leaders take pleasure in knowing that they had a small hand in creating a person’s transformation from follower into fellow-leader.

3 Engagement Boosters

When it comes to becoming a truly happy, ENGAGED individual–either at home, at work, or across all parts of your life, do you know where to start? Hint: It’s not “over there”…

My Dog, “Zipper:” Thriving with Impermanence

I have this little yellow dog I got by accident back in the year 2000. I wasn’t shopping for a dog, but apparently she was shopping for me. She arrived on my doorstep–bedraggled and belittled. Her hip had been crushed in a previous accident but re-healed to the point that surgery was useless (causing me…

Ghosts and Shadows

I’ve been cleaning house lately, opening boxes in every nook and cranny in an effort to simplify my life and pair down my possessions. I hoped that I could take an inventory of what I have, what I wish to keep, what is garbage, and what I can finally let go to another home via…

Forgiveness: Who Needs It?

Sometimes in business and in life, we are faced with the option of forgiving someone who has hurt us. You have probably heard that it’s important to forgive, and that forgiveness is not so much for the person who committed the act, as for the person forgiving. I’ve debated as to whether I agree with…

Relationships Demystified: Kenny Rogers’ Style

Unless you were repeatedly dropped on your head as a child, you know the song from Kenny Rogers called The Gambler. Just in case, here’s a little refresher: You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em, know when to walk away and know when to run. And that’s all you…