This is an update to a post I wrote 4 years ago. A friend recently had an interesting encounter with a denim dress and I was reminded of it. It’s hot out there folks. Be mindful of what you leave behind! It’s been said the mark of a true leader is how he/she leaves you […]
There have been few heroines in my life, but Barbara Pierce Bush is certainly one. Despite being born in New York, she was very much a Southern Belle, more a Steel Magnolia. I identify with her voracious love of family and books, raising sons, her white hair, love of Springer Spaniels, her outspoken nature, Presbyterian […]
It’s the season of gift lists, gift wrap, gift cards, gift giving, gift tags, gift receiving, gift shipping, gift delivery, gift exchanging, gift returns. It’s a gift marathon. To successfully pull it off in record time you need energy, monetary resources, degrees in finance, creativity, logistics and a pack of patience. There is a gift aspect […]
My posts have been few and far between these past months as my ‘muse’ has been absent. Sometimes, it is still hard to think. Ted and I have been focused on the completion and move to our new house. For those unfamiliar, we suffered a house fire in February 2016. See What Can I Do? […]
Many of you have asked for an update following the loss of our home to fire earlier this year. What Can I Do? Thank you for your continued prayers. Moving through Labor Day weekend, I felt a profound sense of transition. I deemed it a ready departure from the previous eight months of loss and recovery to […]
There has been a pregnant pause to my blog posts for the past few months. I’ve been too busy living life to take time to write about it. It’s time! As I begin 2016 by reflecting on my forthcoming annual lessons learned from the year before post, I thought I would resurrect: A Creed for 2011 (author unknown). […]
A great book came out several years ago, What Got You Here Won’t Get You There (Marshall Goldsmith). Goldsmith served as a board member of the Peter Drucker Foundation – yes, THAT Peter Drucker. This book is based upon what Goldsmith considers Drucker’s most important lesson: “We spend a lot of time teaching leaders what to […]
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Those who lead and motivate through INFECTIOUS OPTIMISM, inextinguishable hope, passion, encouragement, goodwill, humility, who inspire with their genuine style, intelligence, and authentic communication are the most successful, respected and beloved leaders.
Everyone born has a purpose and a path, but not everyone knows what those are.