(Deep topic, long post that’s worth the read) In the wake of the turmoil and sadness surrounding the death of George Floyd in 2020 every American is thinking about racial disparity and how they may be impacted and how they may be part of the problem or part of the solution. Good. We all should […]
The Benefits of Having a Coach
When you hear the word “coach” your mind probably goes back to your high school varsity team or little league experience or to the likes of famous coaches such as NFL legends Don Shula, Tom Landry or college basketball Coach Tony Bennett. I still remember by high school volleyball coach and reminisced fondly when reading […]
Get In Focus to Fulfill Your Goals & Dreams
FOCUS is something that is so valuable and can be easily lost in times of turmoil, confusion just – busyness. That’s the world in which we are all living right now as a result of COVID-19. The pandemic has created an existence in which we are trying to put out many fires, adjust to “new […]
Plan Your Day to Plan Your Life
Today’s world is busier than ever and we we have a lot of things to accomplish to stay current, relevant and to achieve our own personal goals. I find that the busier I become, the more I need to have a plan to stay on track and meet my goals. I work with executives in […]
Surround Yourself With Great Leaders
(Photo UVA Rotunda, 2000) From left to right: UVA President John T. Casteen (1990-2000), Cynthia Murray, Cynthia Murray Enterprises (CEO), Rear Admiral Mariann Stratton (Navy, Ret.), Professor David T. Gies (Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, Ret. Chair) I hope that your day is going well! I found this amazing gem of a picture of […]
8 Months into COVID19…Can You See a Glass Half Full?
Just food for thought today… Wow! Can you believe that we’re 7 months into COVID19 changes in our daily routines at work and home? It’s been an adjustment, that’s for sure! At times the adjustment has been uncomfortable (change often has that effect), but there have also positive outcomes even in the midst of a […]
Staying Steady in the Midst of the Storm
Whew! I think we can all safely say that the past few weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind with the US Presidential and Congressional Elections, COVID19 updates, educational format changes for our children and the list goes on…it seems like we’re living in a storm, but today, I want to teach you how […]
Don’t Let Fear Stop You From Innovating!
Many times people procrastinate in starting new projects (or finishing them) because they feel as if: 1. Their work will not be well-received 2. They still don’t have “what it takes” to produce quality work 3. What they do won’t be perfect While some of these circumstances may at times be true and risks quite […]