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We’ve all heard the phrase, “Practice makes perfect.” And many people believe that is true, because they have seen that when they do things over and over and over again, they get really good at that thing…in fact, almost perfect. So it stands to reason that practice does indeed make perfect. But here’s the thing.Continue reading Perfection or Permanence?→
Hospitality is one of those words that doesn’t get the full credit it deserves. When was the last time you felt hospitality? Since we’ve been sequestered at home for so long, it’s probably been quite a while since you felt pampered and well cared for. Hospitality is not just for fancy hotels and restaurants. It’sContinue reading Hospitality is a Part of Every Business→
Your brain loves to play tricks on you. And one of the ways it does this is by throwing all sorts of random thoughts at you. Bacon and eggs while you’re in a meeting, cats playing baseball while you’re at lunch with a colleague, wildfires and hurricanes coming together while you’re settling into bed. YourContinue reading Turn ‘What Ifs’ into ‘Even Ifs’→
Trust is built in the small moments. As leaders, we find ourselves in pivotal situations every single day. We may not realize them at the time as being pivotal, but later in the day or the next, we understand just how important they were. And if we’re smart (or at least aware) we may think,Continue reading Building Trust in Unlikely Places→
You may not always have self-control, but you always have meaning-control. What do I mean by this? Most of the time we are able to maintain good self-control over what we decide to do in certain situations. Other times we are swayed by various forces, and those forces can be internal or external. For instance,Continue reading Control the Meaning, Control the Outcome→