In The Turn

Category: The Centered Leader
Letting Go of Perfect: How to Focus Less on Being Flawless and More on Being Fearless
I can't draw. At least that's what I've always told myself. But after years of believing I didn't have any...
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Career vs Family? 6 Ways to Make Your Most Important Relationships Last
I’m crazy about my kids. Our daughter, Mackenzie, and son, Jackson are both starting their final year of school and busy planning their futures. My...
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Read to Lead: 5 Books (and Podcasts) That Will Expand Your Thinking
The most successful leaders are lifelong learners. They don’t run from change; they see it as an opportunity to develop new skills. They don’t shri...
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Setting Smarter Priorities: 5 Steps for Creating More Margin In Your Life
It happens innocently enough. Your boss hands you an extra assignment that turns out to be a major undertaking. Or a colleague takes a leave of abs...
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How to Stay Cool Under Pressure
Staying cool under pressure can be one of the tougher parts of leadership. Every day brings a constant flow of conflict, irritations, demands and u...
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Why Do You Lead? 4 Things to Remind Yourself When the Going Gets Tough
Leaders often carry a heavy weight. While leadership has its rewards, the reality of the role can hit you pretty hard at times.I’m sure there have ...
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Last Crop in Fallsville: A Lesson of Love and Compassion
Like you, I’ve been inspired by the many kindnesses shown to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Neighbor helping neighbor.But it shouldn’t take a ...
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4 Ways to Achieve Greater Work-Life Balance and Become a Happier, Better Leader [BONUS]
One aspect of leadership I am asked about more frequently than almost any other – by both men and women – is work-life balance. That elusive, somet...
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