Scott Mabry

bringing light to the dark places

we don’t often think of ourselves like this as light bearers   we are the doers the visionaries the gate-keepers the decision-makers   what if I said that’s the easy part   the harder work the real work is bringing light to the dark places   compassion to pain empathy to conflict belief to self-doubt transparency to Continue reading bringing light to the dark places

7 Reasons Why Your Message Isn’t Getting Through

You thought you covered all the bases.  Emails sent to the team? Check. Timely speech delivered in weekly staff meeting? Check. Expectations clearly communicated? Check One-on-one conversations with key team members? Check. Then why is everyone carrying on as if nothing was said? Weren’t they all nodding their heads during your PowerPoint presentation? Didn’t they Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Your Message Isn’t Getting Through

Amazon and the Value of a Human Being

I rarely, if ever, write posts that are directed towards a specific news story or company. I tend to stick with my own stuff. This week, I’m going to make an exception  in this case and step into the wilderness of click bait and trending stories. Also, this one will be a little longer than Continue reading Amazon and the Value of a Human Being

6 Practices for Cultivating a Fresh Perspective

    “There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” ― Aldous Huxley One of our most significant challenges as humans and leaders is the inclination to maintain equilibrium. In other words, we like to stick with what has worked for us in the past and Continue reading 6 Practices for Cultivating a Fresh Perspective

A Personal Growth Experiment – 4 Questions 1 Day

“How we live today is how we live our life.” – Tara Brach In a prior post, I shared the daily 30X3 routine I use to try and stay grounded and ready myself for the day. I like to break the pattern from time to time just as fitness experts suggest we should change up our Continue reading A Personal Growth Experiment – 4 Questions 1 Day