Monthly Archives: February 2014

(#196) On Collegiality and Collaboration: Reflections from San Diego


It takes more than exchanging an email address or a business card to build meaningful connections. It’s early morning and I’m sitting in the San Diego airport as I write this week’s blog. For the past few days I had … Continue reading

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(#195) Nurturing an Internal Locus of Control


A person’s interpretation of an event can have a powerful impact on future motivation. One of the most powerful strategies for success focuses on the concept of locus of control.  Where is the focus of power in your life?  Do … Continue reading

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(#194) Honor the Past. Celebrate the Present. Embrace the Future.


“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” (Soren Kierkegaard) In 2009 I was at Lynn University to facilitate a series of presentations for faculty and students. During one segment of a studio interview I reflected … Continue reading

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