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Celebrate the Great Ideas: 5 Leadership Questions for Independence Day!

Celebrate the Great Ideas: 5 Leadership Questions for Independence Day!

There is no better day to talk about leadership than Independence Day!  Most of us who write or speak or create things, have an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong independent streak and desire to become fully independent and able to do what we love forever and full-time.  As a writer, I’ve always been drawn to […]

I’m Not Slacking!  What Others See as Slacking Is Often Pursuit of Purpose

I’m Not Slacking! What Others See as Slacking Is Often Pursuit of Purpose

Any person who bears the title of online or digital creator, writer, blogger, entrepreneur, speaker, business owner, publicist, promoter, branding expert, social entrepreneur, or is otherwise called a creative or leader can relate.  Family or friends see you glued to your smart device or laptop half-jokingly refer to your inability to separate. Lighthearted quips, pleas […]

Do You Know Someone Making a Difference?  Tell Me Now!

Do You Know Someone Making a Difference? Tell Me Now!

Dear Readers, Friends & Family, I’m just throwing it out there: I write & I want to help people who are doing great things for their community, their country, or their world. If you know someone who fits that, have them email me personally. You can also email me, but I’ll need comprehensive contact info […]

Best Used By: Has Your Career Met Its Shelf Life?

Best Used By: Has Your Career Met Its Shelf Life?

I read an article that resonated with me last year written by my friend Paul Sohn, author of Quarter-Life Calling, a book aimed primarily at millennials.  Strangely, I’ve found that I relate to millennials in lots of ways, and refuse to accept my age, especially now that I am closer to meeting my half-life.  I […]

Where Guilt Comes From and What Leaders Can Do about It

Where Guilt Comes From and What Leaders Can Do about It

For entrepreneurs, creators, writers, parents, and others who wear many hats or share multiple responsibilities, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or frustrated with guilt about everything that needs to be done or should be done. On one hand, family or personal responsibilities pull us. On the other hand, many of us with day jobs have […]

5 Lessons for Creatives from David Bowie’s Remarkably Prolific Journey

5 Lessons for Creatives from David Bowie’s Remarkably Prolific Journey

Today, I’m taking a break from leadership, learning, and personal stories of life to offer some encouragement to other creatives out there in light of the death of entertainment icon, artist, and fellow creative, David Bowie. In memoriam of David Robert Jones, aka David Bowie (1947-2016) The news of David Bowie’s death left an empty […]

5 Things Your Kids Will Always Remember about You

5 Things Your Kids Will Always Remember about You

Every moment is another chance to make a memory, and whether or not we realize it, we’re creating good or bad memories every day, while indifferent moments just fade away.  We all have regrets.  In reality, a number of woulda, coulda, shouldas, haunt us all, but there doesn’t have to be so many of those. […]

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