The Power of Connection

The Power of Connection

There’s a popular maxim in business that argues “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” While I believe both what you know and who you know are important, we all understand the point of that truism: When it comes to success in any endeavor,...

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Turning Thirty

Turning Thirty

Turning Thirty Guest Blog by Ashley Hofecker   Real talk: My younger self thought I’d “have it all figured out” by the time my 30th birthday rolled around.  I’d have traveled so many places, done so many things, and earned so many titles, personally...

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Being Present in a Spirit of Harmony

Being Present in a Spirit of Harmony

Remember family road trips as a kid? Music and games and junk food. And, inevitably, arguing with your siblings in the back seat. Over toys, over space… over nothing. At some point, mom or dad turned around in their seat, threatening: “You’re pushing your...

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Why Success Requires Bifocals

Why Success Requires Bifocals

Ask anyone who has accomplished anything, and they will tell you achievement is the result of a long, challenging, and rewarding journey. One of the key dynamics in that success journey is finding the right balance between “seeing the big picture” and...

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Debunking Myths About Millennials in the Workplace

Debunking Myths About Millennials in the Workplace

If you have been a hiring manager or have been responsible for managing people for more than a decade, you may have noticed a difference in how your team members respond to traditionally accepted work rewards and incentives. Where pay, compensatory...

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Maintaining Momentum After a Big Win

Maintaining Momentum After a Big Win

This past week we celebrated with about 100 other leaders at Live2Lead Pasco-Hernando 2018. All of us benefited from dynamic speakers with powerful messages, and we learned specific shifts to help each of us develop and reach our goals as leaders. There...

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Winning interview questions for job applicants

Winning interview questions for job applicants

In our last blog, we talked with ‘Jimmy,’ who shared an incredible onboarding experience with us. Jimmy had been let go without any warning when his previous employer closed up shop, leaving him desperate for new work and feeling very out of place. He...

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The difference on day one

The difference on day one

I invest a lot of my time working with leaders to develop teams. I love that aspect of what I do. Working with people, sharing time and having conversations that make us all better is one of the most beautiful and rewarding opportunities I have. I get to...

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