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This Month’s Catalysts

Your One Word

Your One Word The first weekend in January I traveled to Caswell Beach, NC

From the Blog

Strategies for Your New Year

Last week I conducted a webinar for a client and it was titled: New Year, New Business, New Success. Here’s the deal, I know a lot of us are distracted right now with the Christmas

A Middle School Principal, An Inspiring Leader

There’s a new vibe at Kiser Middle School in Greensboro, NC. Why? It’s because of the new principal, Gerald (Ged) O’Donnell. I met him briefly last year at the end of school when I was

When waves come crashing

On September 10th I was walking into an appointment for a potential new client and my phone rang, I hesitated to answer it because I didn’t recognize the number and I didn’t want to be