Tag Archives: Attention

The Gift of You

“One of the greatest gifts you can give to anyone is the gift of attention” wrote Jim Rohn. Hannah Brencher said, “The best gift you are ever going to give someone – the permission to feel safe in their own … Continue reading

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Guiding Attention Through Intention

“Starve your distractions, feed your focus” writes an unknown author on the importance of focus. Tony Robbins tells great leaders: “Where your focus goes, your energy flows.”  It is this intentionality that drives an action-orientation in the great leaders’ purposeful … Continue reading

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There Are No Ordinary Moments

In Dan Millman’s book, The Peaceful Warrior, he tells of his personal journey of self-discovery.  One of his great learnings happened by accident following one of his t’ai chi practices.  During his exercise, his motions were fluid and purposeful.  His mind … Continue reading

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I Didn’t See It Because I Wasn’t Looking

“I didn’t see it because I wasn’t looking,” an article by Seth Godin talks about focus in the life of great leaders My friend Alan came over to dinner the other night. Unbeknownst to me, he had a few plastic scorpions in … Continue reading

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We Sometimes Forget … We Are the Master

Susanne Biro, Director of Leadership Coaching at Bluepoint Leadership Development, in her article entitled Organizational Mastery, writes how she finally “got it” after two years of feeling behind the eight ball and absolutely frustrated as a leader of her business. … Continue reading

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