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Welcome. This is where I lay it down. Inspiration. Word flow. Musings on the messiness of being human. My hope is that something resonates with you. That we connect through things that inspire us both to be soulful, grounded and in touch with something higher than routine, the hustle and the grind. Oh. And I made you something.

Overanalysis Can Lead to Paralysis

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It makes me smile when the most successful business people I know base a huge part of their decision-making on what their gut says. Big decisions involving big bucks are often made on ‘a hunch’. Big moves that could be the beginning or end of a business venture are made on what could be categorized as ungrounded evidence. But is

Nothing to Lose

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I know nothing about golf other than the not-so-perfect form I displayed after a couple of cold ones with co-workers at a mandatory golf day. Mind you, I had a lot of fun but I realized it’s just not for me. But there’s one golf-related story that stole my heart. Y.E. Yang won his first championship in 2009 against the-then-current-king,

Chill Out

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We have a love affair with being busy. How often do you hear someone say, “I’m sooooo busy right now that I can’t possibly get around to fill with a number of things you could possibly be doing.” Being ‘too busy’ is a right of passage. We glorify being busy. It’s the idea that so-and-so must be so busy because

What’s Love Got To Do With It

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Do I have you humming along now? Ready? Belt it like Tina Turner baby! Awesome. Hopefully you didn’t leave me hanging and I wasn’t the only one singing on the top of my lungs! Now that I got your attention, I’m going to tell you exactly what love has got to do with it. It’s become cliche to hear people

Déjà vu

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There must be a million love songs that have been written during our lifetime. The majority have the same theme – either desperate heartbreak or a profession of undying love. There’s a saying that everything has already been said and done; that nothing is new in this world. If that’s the case, why do we bother saying or doing anything?

Comfort Zone vs. Flow

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I was facilitating a meeting the other day. At one point, I was standing at the front of the room, asking questions and really trying to pull out the opinions and thoughts of people at the table to hone in on what our next steps were and what we wanted to achieve from our meeting. At one point I realized