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Buy the shoes
April 12th, 2023

 Fascinating, isn’t it, how there are those who decide upon living in abundance, and the next thing you know, they’re swimming in it? There are those who think about being more creatively fulfilled, and as if by magic, all the right steps, connections, and inspirations present themselves. Being creatively fulfilled can be a rewarding and fulfilling aspect of life. It can allow individuals to express themselves in unique ways and can also lead to a sense of personal satisfaction and accomplishment. However, it’s important to remember that creative fulfillment looks different for everyone... Continue Reading

April 12th, 2023
February 2023 Leadership Development Carnival
February 7th, 2023

‘Love’ is a word that only recently has crept into our workplace vocabulary. And it’s an appropriate addition! Sustainable satisfaction and success demand work that people love. In many ways, effective leadership is a profound expression of love – love of learning and love of the organization and the people whose lives leaders affect on a daily basis. So, this month, in honor of Valentine’s Day, our Carnival will focus on what leaders can do to help others – and themselves – to love their work… and the results that follow. I know you’re going to love the insightful articles... Continue Reading

To Knit or Knot
October 7th, 2022

To knit or knot. That was the question that I asked of me. But what was the answer? I learned how to knit when I was in my early 20s, and I loved it. It was relaxing, entertaining, and I got really good at it. I even consider myself a master knitter, and if you could see some of the lovely tops, sweaters, afghans, baby blankets, Christmas stockings, etc. I created, you would probably agree with me. There was something so mesmerizing about the sound of the needles clicking, the feel of the yarn in my hands, and watching a simple ball of yarn turn into something beautiful to wear or to give away... Continue Reading

October 7th, 2022
July 2022 Leadership Development Carnival
July 5th, 2022

It’s hard to believe that the first half of 2022 is now behind us. And the ’new normal’ we all have anticipated continues to morph as we face economic uncertainty, political divides, and a virus that continues to elude us. There’s never been a greater need for exceptional leadership – and this month’s carnival is rich with insight for leaders who want to make a positive difference during these tumultuous times. Thank you to the 29 thought leaders who offer their insights and strategies related to communication, development, collaboration, and more. I hope you enjoy their contributions... Continue Reading

May 2022 Leadership Development Carnival
May 3rd, 2022

Welcome to your one-stop leadership development insight center! This month, 33 thought leaders and authors have come together to offer this rich collection of perspectives, approaches, strategies, and tools to enhance your leadership effectiveness. These articles are a lot like Lay’s potato chips. I’ll bet you can’t read just one. Until next month, keep learning and leading well! Confidently Humble – Bill Treasurer of Giant Leap Consulting Any person in a leadership position needs to have and demonstrate confidence. But the best leaders also have a value that is less talked about in... Continue Reading

Interview With Texas Legend Radney Foster
November 2nd, 2021

Radney has ‘reinvent’ on his daily to-do list NOTE: The audio player should appear below, if not, please click on the title of this post and go online to hear.  Available also on iTunes, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon, Podbean, most other podcast apps     PLEASE REVIEW at I am so happy to have Radney Foster on today’s episode! I met Radney when he and I were artists signed to MTM Records. I had the honor of working with him as vocal coach when he lost his voice a few years ago. The story of how, instead of giving up, he used his... Continue Reading

November 2nd, 2021