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PERSPECTIVES-2020

July 4, 2019

Fourth of July reminds me of spending the holiday as a kid and teenager in my hometown of Shreveport (northwest), Louisiana aka “God’s Country.” Growing up, I spent the 4th water skiing and tubing on the muddy bottom lake filled with cypress trees that were covered in...

June 27, 2019

The focus of this post is how my perspective transformed from initially being resentful for my involvement in the event to being supremely grateful for the opportunity. Don’t worry, I’ll provide visual evidence of my costume change. I transformed from a caterpillar to...

February 19, 2019

*Have you heard the word “coachsulting” and wondered, “What buzzword will people come up with next?” You’re not alone! The term is new and refers to people who have skills of both consultant and coach. First, let’s be clear on the difference between coaching and consul...

February 12, 2019

Food, Eating, & dining

Imagine walking into the cafeteria on the first day of high school and not knowing who to sit with and which table will welcome you. This still happens as adults! It may sound silly, but I feel strongly that food, eating, and dining should have it...

February 5, 2019

How it started

I recently attended an Executive Education Program at Harvard and I thought you might be interested in my experience during the week-long immersion or at least interested in the inter-working's of one of the world’s most prestigious educational institutio...

November 13, 2018

I recently worked with my project team and subject matter experts to design and develop a learning program called, "Legally Speaking" for a newly designed Supervisor Leadership Program. Initially, I was less than thrilled to be working in the world of policies, rules,...

October 23, 2018

Recently, many people have asked me about my thoughts on feedback. First, I would love to rename the term ‘feedforward’ because the information shared should help people progress toward a goal or improved performance. Not that there is one way to skin a cat, but there...

September 25, 2018

This story takes us back to my senior year of high school. Let me start by saying, I was a good kid. Academically and socially, I was well liked and respected by both teachers and peers and didn’t cause too much trouble other than the occasional field party (being from...

September 4, 2018

Today, September 4th is my birthday. 

I choose to re-evaluate my personal goals each year on my birthday. Some like to do this at the beginning of a new year or for their fiscal year. For me, changing the digits in my age makes me realize that life passes by quickly. Is...

August 29, 2018

Do you ever think back and wonder why you didn’t speak up when you had the chance? Consider a time when you were in a meeting and didn’t raise your hand to offer your opinion or share an idea, only for moments later to hear a colleague announce a similar notion. How ab...

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