What I’ve Learned in 40 Years About Maturity

It only took me 40 years to really see how life moves along in themes. At least in my experience.

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Confessions of an Entrepreneur

This post has been brewing in me for a while, especially since I shared the Iceberg of Life. This isn’t a rant. It’s not meant to engender sympathy for me. And it isn’t a confession of my own thoughts, doubts, worries, insecurities for therapeutic reasons. It is meant to help other entrepreneurs know one thing:  […]

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Confidence Is Comfort

Confidence is defined as “the feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something; firm trust.” But simply put: Confidence is comfort. In your own skin, in your knowledge, in your experience, in your strengths and abilities, and in your resources and relationships. Whenever I see those things clearly and start building a “firm […]

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No Blame Necessary

I don’t like blame. Blame has such a harsh, negative and unproductive feeling for me. And it too often appears in team or group interactions. Blame is “assigning responsibility for fault or wrong.” In a courtroom, blame is essential. I get that. But in the workplace or in any team environment, where fallible human beings […]

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My Time Isn’t Just Invaluable, It’s Irreplaceable

The older I’ve gotten, the more I won’t just give my time to anyone who asks or pushes anymore. I’m very generous with sharing my experiences and expertise. When asked to speak, or when I write like this, I’ve sought to be more and more vulnerable and transparent in order to help people. Sharing openly what […]

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