Self Awareness

More Than A Resume

I read 22 resumes this weekend. 22 people trying to out-resume each other. All amazingly alike. Full of useful data. And still I was left wondering, Who are you? Forget the job history. The education. The accomplishments. Let’s talk about the rest of you. The best of you. Your heart. Your wisdom. Your personality. Your Continue reading More Than A Resume

The Naked Truth – Leadership and Self Deception

Ever had one of those dreams where you’re out in public wearing only your undergarments, (or worse nothing at all)? I have. Bizarre settings are always involved like my high school lunch room which is for some reason now occupied by coworkers spanning my last three jobs. The worst part about these dreams for me Continue reading The Naked Truth – Leadership and Self Deception

10 Practices for Leading Lightly

  The nature of leadership is resistance and change. A constant struggle to bring ideas and opportunities to life and overcome a myriad of obstacles in order to achieve goals which, once achieved, will be replaced by a new set of goals with many of the same challenges. Even if we by nature love the Continue reading 10 Practices for Leading Lightly

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

Thoughts On Being Available

“We’re in this life, and if you’re not available, the sort of ordinary time goes past and you didn’t live it. But if you’re available, life gets huge. You’re really living it.” – Bill Murray Wondering if I’m available for life… To open a door. Make me laugh. Make me cry. Challenge me. Inspire me. Continue reading Thoughts On Being Available