Category Archives: Moments

Savoring the present in all its beauty, wonder and its moments of new discovery

On Legacy

Pericles counsels great leaders: “What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.” These words beautifully capture the great leader’s true legacy and impact – the change that … Continue reading

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Make It One Heck of a Summer

At the onset of summer, we recall Philip Humbert’s article, “Make It One Heck of a Summer,” and its message of “carpe diem“. I share this at the beginning of each summer as it continues to serve us well as … Continue reading

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On Togetherness

In his recent blog post, Our Power of Togetherness, Gary Burnison speaks to the power, joy and incredible need for togetherness in our life’s journey. He shares a story of his first trip internationally after three years of not meeting … Continue reading

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For Everything, There Is a Season

Life’s precious and beautiful moments, in all their splendor, and sometimes disarray, magically come together in forming the seasons of our life. As do annual seasons, these, also, bring the refreshment of change, revitalization or redirection, reprioritization or recommitment. Winds … Continue reading

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On Living Each Day

Timing is important, but the only time you have now is the only thing you can act on…. Today matters. We over-exaggerate yesterday, we overestimate tomorrow, but we underestimate today. It’s the only time you got.” said John Maxwell. Life … Continue reading

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Your Purpose and Meaning in Life… Going from ‘Why’ to ‘Why Not’

As you contemplate your life’s purpose and meaning, consider the words of Mark Twain who said: “The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote, … Continue reading

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The Joy of Life

“What is the joy of life?” It is a profound question which great leaders continually ask of themselves during their life’s magnificent journey. It serves to set focus, establish priorities, create urgencies, expand horizons and dream dreams undreamed. Marcus Aurelius … Continue reading

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Make It One Heck of a Summer

With the beginning of summer for those of us in the northern hemisphere, Philip Humbert’s article, “Make It One Heck of a Summer,” and its message of “carpe diem” again comes to mind.  I share this at the beginning of each summer as … Continue reading

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Going Up to the Balcony

In his recent blog post, Going Up to the Balcony, Larry Center reminds great leaders of the importance of stepping back amid their myriad of daily challenges that shift their focus to  the problems themselves rather than finding solutions to … Continue reading

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One Moment in Time… the Answers Are All Up to You

Maya Angelou said: “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.” In her beautiful song, One Moment in Time, Dana Winner captures the great leaders’ ceaseless and joyous … Continue reading

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