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Fighting “The Drift”

Fighting “The Drift”

How can we keep from relapsing after we make changes in habits, moving towards goals we want? It’s usually not an abrupt relapse, but slow and barely noticeable. What are some things we can do to notice and protect ourselves from “the drift”?

What Could Better Be?

What Could Better Be?

We end our calendar years often thinking about alllll of the things that could be better, and then make a bunch of goals for the new year. I often hear from leaders that they “just want to be the best leader they can be.” “Best” is elusive, mainly because we haven’t spent much time thinking about how “better” could get us there. A slight reframe helps us look deeper and reflect on what could better be?

Priorities Are A Crutch

Priorities Are A Crutch

The word “priority” was introduced into the English language in the 1400’s. It was a singular. It meant the very first, or “prior” thing. It stayed singular for 500 years. What pushes us to pluralize our #1 thing, and potentially hide behind priorities?

Not My Job

Not My Job

Why is it important to promote collaboration to create productive and fulfilling workplaces, especially when the professional world is uncertain and roles are becoming more defined?