Browsing Category Change

Moment or Movement (#117)

This past Saturday, students all around the world marched peacefully in the March for Our Lives. In Washington DC, it was the biggest youth demonstration since the 1960’s. The symbolism and significance was not lost….

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Sink or Swim (#97)

In past weeks, I have written about people who’ve overcome adversity to reach new heights. Paul de Gelder is one such person and his incredible story offers a window into how one can create something…

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Stages of Change (#81)

One thing I have noticed over the years is that our relationship with change is complicated. We want change, demand and clamor for it. Politicians promise it, but then are often not very welcoming when…

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Burning Bridges (#73)

We often dream about the day when we can finally tell that boss, co-worker, customer, or friend how we really feel about them. It’s our drop the mic moment; a dramatic exit followed by feelings…

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Don’t Join the Gym! (#53)

Each January, gym parking lots across the world fill up with eager new members fired up by their New Year’s resolutions to get fit, lose weight, etc. Typically, however, the lack of parking spaces only…

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Desperate Times, Creative Measures (#51)

Sometimes, when your back is against the wall and you don’t have deep pockets, it forces you to get creative. A recent conversation with an entrepreneur making a major pivot to save his business, reminded…

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