Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cultivating Trust In a Chaotic Economy

It seems paradoxical to expect high levels of trust in an organization when the economy is driving chaos.  Survival of the fittest seems to make more sense.  This reality causes me to ponder questions like:  How do we trust and take risks when there aren’t assurances of safety and success?  What has to happen for […]

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Influence Starts with You
Are you really ready to get what you want?

If you want to influence others to change, start by looking in the mirror.  Ask yourself, “Do I truly believe that I can engage others to support what I want?”  Most people have dreams and goals for their lives, but are often too distracted to make them a reality. They don’t take action to move […]

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