Tag Archives: Entrepreneur

Be a Leader Who Can Soar Beyond the Score!

It’s good to be back again writing these columns!  2017 proved to be quite a year; I prioritized mid-way through that these posts were discretionary, so I took a break from them.    The world kept spinning on its axis, (and I spun on my own).   I missed the process of distilling relevant ideas for leaders and influencers, and received some feedback that others missed them too.  So, I’m back to wrap up the year.  In 2018, we’ll launch with bi-weekly columns. I typically work with Founders and CEO’s of entrepreneurial, high-growth companies.  My clients possess vision, intelligence, curiosity, industry and …

Are You a Learning Leader?

It may seem like an obvious question because we are ALWAYS learning. However upon closer inspection are you learning intentionally? This question became super relevant as I was doing some work on my business, identifying the ideal clients I want to work with. I feel grateful in that I already HAVE ideal clients; yet in the interests of growth and scaling, I wanted to be sure I was clear about who I wanted to serve and was qualified to best serve. I am attracted to working with clients who are highly intelligent, focused, successful and articulate. In addition, my clients …

Do You Know Your Leadership Blind Spots?

This week’s blog comes from Leading Blog. “Blind spots” are one of my favorite leadership topics because it is at the root of what holds us back.   Once uncovered, however there is the potential for monumental change and growth. “Blind spots,” those problems that are right in front of us that we fail to see. We all have them; not because we can’t find them, but because we don’t look very hard. In Leadership Blindspots, author Robert Shaw make this important observation: “Leadership strengths are often found in close proximity to blind spots. An overpowering strength, in particular, usually has …

Are you willing to go to your edge? How Yogic Principles Can Transform Your Leadership

Many of you are familiar with yoga as a discipline.   What you may be less familiar with is that yoga is a profound teaching tool for the art of leadership.  As a coach who helps entrepreneurial leaders and their teams break through barriers for extraordinary professional and personal results, I want to share a leadership secret. Leaders can only create externally that which they can create first internally. In other words, if you work first on your “inner game,” the outer game of influencing others reflects it.   To change the outer situation without awareness of your own internal state will …