Reduce Your Decision Points

One of my first corporate clients was a VP of HR at a healthcare organization. She asked a colleague and me to build an employee survey for her management team. During the process, she requested that she didn’t want the questions to “make the employees think.” Her rationale? She only wanted them to respond to questions for fear that questions

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Managing Your Transition

Taking actions to transform your story is hard, especially when you are in it.  Doing something different, both thinking and acting are hard. But it is not impossible! I was reminded of this recently when building a wine cabinet from IKEA. IKEA furniture is known for the hours needed to assemble each piece. My confidence was high in a recent

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Planning for the Noise

Have you ever struggled to execute a personal change? Where you had the plan detailed but there were actions you didn’t take because there were routines or people that distracted your doing? I was speaking with a client recently about the progress of her change goals. She stated that while she felt good about her strategy for better health, her

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