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July 18, 2014

Are You Willing To Wear Your Crazy Hat?

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Last week, my daughter went to Camp Invention. It’s a great program put on by the National Inventors Hall of Fame that gives kids an opportunity to develop their creativity as they try their hand at prototyping their own inventions. On one of the days, the kids were supposed to wear a crazy hat.  My daughter worked hard on designing her own hat and she was really excited about what she had created…until the next day.  When we got to the camp, I could see she was hesitant to wear her hat. At the check in, the teacher wanted to [...]

June 26, 2014

There’s A Heavy Price To Hesitation

By |June 26th, 2014|Categories: Leadership|Tags: , , , |

One of the things that I keep hearing is that the next two years are going to be filled with dramatic changes – both internally and externally.  The idea of change can be exciting – as long as it remains an idea.  That’s why movies and self-help books are so popular.  We like to visualize a better life.   Doing the work to get there, well… The idea of change is great… The other side of change is great… The process of change… not so much. The truth is, nobody likes having to change.  I mentioned in a recent post [...]