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Fall Scene Completing and Remembering 2022
23
Nov

Completing and Remembering 2022

A tradition is defined loosely defined as a custom passed on from generation to generation.  Posting a blog each year might not live up to the real intent of a tradition, yet ever since I was gifted this exercise somewhere along the road of my own development, sharing it has become a mental moment of...
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16
Nov

The Greatest Generation 2.0

The impact of Gen Zers has been in the news a lot lately.  In my humble observation, the Zoomers just may be the Greatest Generation2.0.  From climate to school and gun safety to mental health, community involvement, politics, and social inclusion and change, Gen Zers have moved the needle. One Gen Z member, Victor Shi,...
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C.J. Neff Latin Chamber
06
Sep

Beyond Success by the Numbers

Success by the numbers seems like an easy way to measure your current life success.  C.J. Neff, Private Wealth Advisor for Hightower Las Vegas, moved beyond the numbers.  Yes, it was numbers that got him moving, yet his transition from one satisfying career to another is a model we all could learn from. I invited...
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18
Aug

What Were You Doing at 16?

What were you doing at 16? Think back to when you were 14, 15, and 16 years old. Do you remember what was happening in the world? Okay, okay, so maybe I cannot actually remember what I was doing or what was happening in the world either.   What I know was what I was not...
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Dr. DeRionne Pollard
02
Aug

Evolving the Spirit of Leadership

Do you see evidence that the spirit of leadership has evolved? I do.  Here is my evidence: an academic biography that reads: “I am a graduate of the Chicago Public Schools system; former food stamps and public assistance recipient; a wife to a glorious woman I have loved for 30 years; a parent to a...
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Dawn Sutherland
11
May

Paycheck or Passion: Is There a Generational Divide?

Paycheck or Passion is such a fun topic for me.  I have written and spoken about the elusive paycheck, passion, and happiness debate many times over the years.  Currently, I am having fun watching how different generations are embracing the issue with newfound post-pandemic fervor. Imagine this.  You are a parent.  Your twenty-one-year-old child advises...
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Conversations Victor Creed
22
Apr

Politics and The Business of Success

Remember when being political in business meant someone was kissing up to the boss to leapfrog over you for a promotion? Remember when being politically astute in business meant aligning with someone who would champion your career? Am I the only one who longs to return to that version of politics in business?
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23
Sep

Success by Numbers

By Andrea Goeglein My goodness, it has been a long time.  I hope your summer was filled with many adventures, good health, and being surrounded by loving friends and family.  I know for me that was the case.  Before heading out for an extended stay in our daughter’s childhood town, I presented a class on...
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Dr. Christina Ford
11
May

Dr. Christina Ford – Why Women Approach Non-Profit Work Differently from Men

Dr. Christina Ford exemplifies that involvement. Here’s a trained psychiatrist and mother of two who brought to her non-profit involvement an understanding of nutrition and the role that taking care of your physical self plays in the wellness of your psychological health. This is the same fundamental understanding that she also brings to her work...
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Is March Over Yet
25
Mar

Women Making History Everywhere!

Have you noticed how women seem to be making history everywhere? Women’s History Month is about women making history and it changed something for me.  I was never a big fan of the month of March.  I first realized how much I disliked March in the mid-1990’s when a friend from graduate school and I, Robert...
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