Do you remember the first time you felt shame? Once you experience that powerful emotion for the first time, it’s hardwired into you. It’s personal, private, and painful. Shame is different from guilt, though they’re often lumped together. Guilt is about what we did . . . our behavior. Shame is about who we are…

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Change is a tricky thing. Sometimes we look forward to it. Sometimes we run from it. Regardless of how we respond, change always has a way of finding us. Learning our natural change style can help us capitalize on our strengths in seasons of change as well as  guard against potential pitfalls. Based on Myers…

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Being in leadership usually means you have to get strategic about your mission. But what if you don’t think you were “built” for strategy? It’s possible that you even avoid it and just focus on the day-to-day of what needs to be done right here, right now. What if I told you that’s a part…

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We all make mistakes or get results that are less than what we expected. It’s all too easy to get lost in trying to fix or overcome mistakes. Sometimes it’s okay to just let them be. Let me share an example. Fall is a busy season for most of us. Often, new programming launches. And…

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