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Time. It’s our most coveted resource because of its scarcity. In an effort to falsely gain time during the day we rush through tasks, projects, and our lives. But we cannot be fully present to life or to our craft when we rush.…

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THE ART OF CONVERSATION

When we’re having a real conversation we’re actively exchanging—giving and receiving—which begins with truly being together. We can’t exchange something with someone when they, or we, are not present. We can talk to them, we can talk at them, but we can’t…

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SIMPLE MINDFULNESS PRACTICES TO INCREASE EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

John’s VP of Finance, Katie stepped out from the conference room and retreated to the bathroom, sobbing. This wasn’t the first time John screamed at her; in fact, his angry outbursts shook up most staff members that he came in…

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HOW LEADERS CAN LOWER WORKPLACE STRESS

Karen recently received a long-awaited promotion as Director of Business Development. But shortly after, she began to feel the weight of the promotion. The new leadership position came with more challenging responsibilities, unresolved employee conflict, low sales numbers, and imminent…

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EAST COAST CONSULTING DIRECTOR – CASE STUDY

Problem: Phil is a managing director at a large East Coast consulting firm. People consider him an expert in his field as well as a thought leader. He is fifty-five years old. 30+ years in his career he has accumulated a pool…

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SIX-FIGURE CONSULTING FIRM – CASE STUDY

Problem: Jennifer and her husband own a successful consulting firm that generates six figures in annual revenue. She is respected in her field of Business Consulting and knows her craft.  It becomes increasingly difficult for Jennifer to unwind. Her states…

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