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    Crossing Edges

    “It’s okay to be insecure. Just be insecure about something you are actively making, instead of being insecure about some imagined reality that will never exist if you don’t sit down, shut up and get to work.” ~ Scott Berkun
    Tuesday morning I woke up to an old feeling. It was the day of a speaking gig, […]

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    Being Present

    I remember attending a seminar last year and the facilitator said something profound that really got me thinking.  He was talking about how often we are absent from the present.  Here we were sitting in the seminar, approaching the noon hour, and he asked us, “how many of you guys are thinking about what you’re […]

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    The US Does Food Service Very Well

    On a recent trip to the US I was yet again amazed at their food and beverage industry.  The selection is unbelievable, the customer service is impeccable and the portion sizes – what can I say – huge.  Everything they do is over the top.  
    One meal that blew me away was one I enjoyed […]

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    Closure is not a bad thing!

    I’ve recently noticed a trend amongst clients, colleagues and friends – closure.  Whether it’s long term personal relationships that have suddenly come to an end, unexpected lay offs or a longing for something different it’s seems as though change is in the air.  There is, however, in times of closure and change, often a lot […]

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    The Confidence Factor

    Yet again I have been the victim of another universal conspiracy – something I’ve become pleasantly accustomed to.  After writing yesterday about fear I had been thinking a lot about it and because of that it’s been showing up in very interesting ways.  For example, today I was coaching a client who is absolutely incredible […]

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