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Rethink Risk

Courtney Lynch, March 18, 2019

Risk by its very nature is supposed to be scary.  We are taught to fear it, mitigate it and avoid it.  Yet if we look at our lives, risk is often the precursor to joy,… Read More


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I’ve Failed … and I’m Totally Cool with That

Angie Morgan, March 11, 2019

I tend to write a lot about success – secrets to success, how to achieve it, setting goals and accomplishing them.  I recently thought about the topic of success and wondered … is success a series… Read More


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What’s in the additional 10%?

Angie Morgan, January 21, 2019

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My friend and I were talking recently about relationships. In her mind, for a relationship to really work, each person must be willing to give 110%. “What’s in the additional 10%?” I asked. She smiled.… Read More


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Suffering is Optional

Angie Morgan, December 17, 2018

Suffering is Optional

My dear friend and colleague, Eric Spencer, has a great saying whenever he facilitates a learning session:  “Suffering is optional.”  To his participants, this means that if they have to go to the restroom, they… Read More


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Resetting Your SPARK

Patrick Nelson, December 10, 2018

Resetting Your SPARK

“We’ve decided to go with someone else.”  Being on the receiving end of that message can cause a visceral reaction that makes us question our value. I can still remember a time in my young… Read More


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How to Become a “Post-Ego” Leader

Courtney Lynch, December 3, 2018

How to Become a "Post-Ego" Leader

I was recently talking with a colleague about what it takes to succeed in a demanding role. She shared that she thought the successful leader would have, “high competence, medium ego and be low maintenance.”… Read More


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Harnessing Creativity for Innovation

Patrick Nelson, November 26, 2018

Harnessing Creativity for Innovation

Growing up, I never considered myself a creative person. I associated creativity with someone who was an artist or musician. My artistic and musical abilities were limited to rudimentary stick figures and learning how to… Read More


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How to Make Yourself Irreplaceable

Angie Morgan, October 29, 2018

How to Make Yourself Irreplaceable

“This guy is irreplaceable,” my client, an HR Leader, shared with me prior to a conversation I was going to have with one of the organization’s IT executives. I love it when people are described… Read More


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