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June 4, 2018

Mastery Monday – Hakuna Matata

Self Leadership Lesson #1 Turn Negative Self Talk to Powerful Self Talk. (from upcoming Think Like A Leader book) Hakuna Matata translated means “No Trouble” If you saw the movie […]
May 14, 2018

Mastery Monday – What Level of Confidence Do You Need To Be A Great Negotiator?

Recently I spoke at a big event where I shared my Think Like A Negotiator Keynote talk.  There was a comment that said. “She seems a little arrogant, self-assured. It’s […]
May 10, 2018

Thoughts From A Mother

The photo is a throwback to the mid 90’s – promotion to Technical Sergeant. It was the hardest rank to get promoted to in the Contracting Career field at that […]
April 30, 2018

Mastery Monday – Tell someone you are proud of them.

Have you ever told someone you are proud of them only to have them look at you like you are crazy? Have you ever been told by someone they are […]
April 10, 2018

Baskets and Beads of Hope and Women of Kitale Kenya Who Changed My Path in Life

Day 6 – Kitale, Kenya – Afternoon – The Ladies of the Kipsongo Slum After lunch we headed to the Kipsongo Slum. I didn’t know much about it at the […]
January 30, 2018

Why do I have to expend unnecessary time and effort to get someone to actually do their job Part 2

Why do I have to expend unnecessary time and effort to get someone to actually do their job Part 2 After having a not so great experience at my local […]
January 30, 2018

I’m Rooting For The New England Patriots for the Super Bowl and Here’s Why

I’m rooting for the New England Patriots for the Super Bowl and here’s why… I’m a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan. I was born in Dallas and raised in San Antonio, […]
January 24, 2018

I Am a VICTOR – #menew #menolonger #menomore

Hopefully with the spotlight on sexual assault and harassment this will help stop it in the military. Something still needs to be done. This video is very well done and […]
January 20, 2018
Just Do Your Job!

Why Do I Have to Expend Unnecessary Time and Effort to Get Someone to Actually Do Their Job? Part 1

  When I was in the military and had kids, I started a monthly allotment to purchase savings bonds for their education.  They are adults now and while I’ve used […]