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Inspiration

Do you ever have those days where you just need a little inspiration but don’t have a ton of time? Yeah, we do too.

Read on for some tools and tips to help you improve your leadership and your business. Don’t worry, they’re quick reads.*

*Apparently, humans have a shorter attention span than a goldfish nowadays


Blog Is Your Purpose Clear?

Some brands just get it. You know how Apple masters that clean, concise look and portrays a message that they…

January 20, 2021 Read
Blog Three Big Reasons to Hire a Leadership Coach in 2021

I am feeling inspired and ready to conquer 2021, how about you? As we all scrape the last, stale gingerbread…

January 13, 2021 Read
Blog Creating Healthy Work Habits for the New Year

“The Christmas cards have all been sent. The Christmas rush is through.” So goes the classic song. But, what’s next?…

January 6, 2021 Read
Blog Hello 2021! We’ve Been Awaiting Your Arrival

I don’t know about you, but I’m kinda ready to move on from 2020! 2021 sounds like angels singing down…

December 30, 2020 Read
Blog There’s Power in Tradition

Ah, family traditions. I can’t help but think of the old Hank Williams Jr. song from my childhood. There’s no…

December 23, 2020 Read
Blog We All Have That “Uncle”

You know the one. We all have that family member who adds a little spice to the holidays. He’s often…

December 16, 2020 Read
Blog One Thing We Can All Agree On

There’s one thing we can all agree upon—regardless of religion, age, race or political affiliation. It’s protecting our human dignity….

December 9, 2020 Read
Blog What is Living Rent-Free in Your Head?

It’s been a tense month. Well, maybe more than that… it’s been a tense year. Most of us have been…

December 2, 2020 Read
Blog Choose Gratitude

Traditionally, I always take this week off from writing WOW, but I want to leave you with one thought. Attitude…

November 25, 2020 Read

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Sometimes, all it takes is a little inspiration.

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