Monthly Archives: December 2013

Being the Bad Guy – Conflict Resolution, Pt. 1

Very few people enjoy being the bad guy. While certain temperaments (or personalities) seemingly handle making hard decisions and enforcing them with ease, that doesn’t make it any more comfortable for them.  I am one of those people. The benefits … Continue reading

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Cracks In Your Facade

All of us have cracks. Some of us have cracks in our foundations that make life unbearable and require intervention before we “collapse” in a pile of rubble. But all of us have cracks in our facade. These do not … Continue reading

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A Leader of History or Destiny?

I am in the process of re-reading the book Leaders of Destiny by Dr. Keith Johnson. Dr. Keith’s material is a key part of my coaching program, particularly in both helping organizations move to the next level, as well as … Continue reading

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Motivation for Hump Day

I really felt the need to encourage my readers today. I hope you find this post uplifting, even if it is a bit different from my normal ones. Your Seamless Coach ************************ I was overweight as a young girl, growing … Continue reading

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