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A Journey: Telluride to Moab

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. -Unknown Back in December I invited my way into a group that was planning to ride mountain bikes from Telluride, CO to Moab, UT. Easy right? Prints maps, pack gear and make sure you are in really good shape. […]

My Word vs Automatic Dialog

It is so easy to run on auto-pilot in our daily lives with both our actions and our conversations. Easy and safe!  Have you ever arrived at a destination and recognized that you drove on auto pilot?  Running through the  motions but not truly engaged with the conversation or activity at hand?  So many distractions […]

Appeasing vs Serving

Where are you showing up but not really serving your relationships?  Go ahead and take a moment to look at your key relationships; the ones you know that really matter for a variety of reasons.  You know the who, I am asking you about the how.  The how you serve them and is it truly […]

Perseverance….Does your focus turn into commitment?

Sometimes we must carry those we lead on our shoulders What does having perseverance mean in your organization? So often when we face obstacles and challenges we lose focus of our goals and vision. Looking at the true definition of perseverance – steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success. Expectations today are […]

Let the Chips Fall Where They May

Good morning from Denver. Are we overly cautious at times and too often overthink everything OR do we trust our instincts, preparedness and let the chips fall where they may? Let the chips fall where they may…. This distinction, like the one before (Reasonable v Unreasonable) reminds us that balance and being ready for what life […]

Reasonable vs Unreasonable

So let’s play with the distinction of BEing Reasonable vs Unreasonable.  When we are always “reasonable” then results and outcomes may be somewhat blah, predictable and flat in the end.  Think about this distinction in the context that if we don’t ask, then we will most likely not receive. What if we decided to be […]