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Some of us, as leaders, go through a series of purpose-expressions, a series of careers, as we grow, learn and become more and more of who we are meant  to be.  Others find one avenue immediately after high school or college and stay with that one expression of their vision throughout much of their life. Whichever path you follow is yours, not right or wrong, just yours..

The one core truth we learn, however, is that whatever path we choose, there will be a continuous series of opportunities for growth or stagnation. For living our truth or being in self-betrayal. Choosing leadership, consciously or otherwise, requires that we be ready to grow in order to deal with all the challenges, opportunities, and expansions that happen as our vision takes on a life of its own. That choosing can support compassion, understanding, and a greater leadership skill as those around us go through their process as well.

As leaders, we are challenged at times to decide if we are ready or even want to grow to that next level, to lead at that level, to become even more of who we are.

If you are human, you will at times want to stop, to breath, to reconsider your choices. That is never a failing, or a weakness, rather it is an amazing gift you give yourself. When you have grown significantly, or when it is time to grow significantly,  stopping to catch up with yourself, to integrate all that is happening, is a smart and solid way of strengthening your foundation, your connection to your Spirit,  to your purpose, and to you.

Use these articles as a means to do that.

Warming up for the Holidays

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Now that Thanksgiving Day has passed, the realization of how blessed we truly are remains. A day with extended family and friends can show us how far we have come in our own right and yet also how close we want to stay with those we love.  Thanksgiving was the warm-up for this month! Ironically, the best way to be truly…

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The Holidays Begin

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With the holidays beginning, in my office I now see so many folks who have created an ideal image of what their holiday should be like – and – it is what they think should be the norm. However, when they are caught between fearing a repeat of last year’s family event, and hoping for a miracle for this year,…

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