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The Art of Strategic Procrastination
Honestly, I have been putting off writing this blog for weeks! Seriously. I am what is known as a “Moderate Procrastinator”. My typical MO is to do some research on a project up front, have a few resources in place and then go off-line for awhile. As the deadline gets closer, I will get it done maybe the night before it is due and have been known to come up with a “brilliant” idea (wink, wink) overnight and change it up the morning of the deadline date. Read More
Trust is a Biochemical Phenomenon! OXYTOCIN -The Secret to Building High-Trust & High-Performance Cultures!
All Aboard the Trust Train… Last Friday, I had a great time with a leadership team facilitating an all day off-site team retreat. I felt inspired by this group as we worked through the activities of the day. I saw the team become more bonded, get a deeper understanding of each other, have fun together, and even begin to heal from some past history. In short, I observed this team building trust right before my eyes. We can never underestimate the power of trust! Read More
The Science of a Memory
Twenty-one years ago today the Murrah Building was bombed and 168 people were gone in a moment. I remember that day as if it happened yesterday. I had the day off from work and was at home with my then 18-month old daughter. We were getting ready to go to the grocery store when our house shook. She looked and me with wide eyes, tilted her head to the side and said “Thunder?” I said “That is NOT thunder.”....... Read More
Growing Leaders: Insights From the Ranch
As a young person, I was a wanna-be city girl and ballerina growing up in a ranching family. I didn’t value ranch life and was eager to move to a metropolitan area. But now, as a mother of two boys who love all things outdoors, I find myself spending increasingly more and more time back on the ranch. . . and enjoying every minute of it. I’ve come to cherish our time spent there and find that it adds value to my life and to our family in multiple unexpected ways. Isn’t it wonderful how.... Read More
Look What the Empty Nesting Bunny Brought…On Purpose!
Becoming an empty nester in the Fall of 2015 didn’t seem to phase me. I was so busy from all the activities planned that special year. Both of my two amazing kids graduated, one from high school and one from Oklahoma State University. (Proud Mom warning!) They left for their respective new homes in August. My daughter was bound for OU Law School and my son followed in the family footsteps, attending Oklahoma State. Read More
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