The Art of Being One of my favorite grad school professors told me, "Donna, you are very action oriented. You need to spend less time doing and more time being." That whole conversation took me back to a time in my faith where I read through the Bible and underlined...read more
Here is the recipe to influence in the workplace. I love Celtic sea salt so much that I carry a personal grinder. One time I got pulled aside at airport security because my salt grinder looks like the barrel of a gun. It makes a difference to me to make sure my salt...read more
You’re in good company. The folks that Jesus used to hang out with have always gotten into this kind of trouble. Yesterday we talked about cooperation, people who will discredit you for personal gain. This message addresses those who seek to discredit the name you...read more
Be-Attitude #7: You’re blessed when you can show people how to cooperate instead of compete or fight.
That's when you discover who you really are, and your place in God's family. One of the many lessons I learned working with the brilliant people at The Center for Creative Leadership is that there is more than one right answer. If you take the same problem to five...read more
Then you can see God in the outside world. Took a lovely stroll down the Canterbury Canal this morning to clear my mind. I have a tendency to operate out of my head. I actually thought this was a sign of intelligence and good business until I realized that God wants...read more
At the moment of being ‘care-full,’ you find yourselves cared for. Love from sunny Canterbury, England! Every top leader I talk to shares this problem: how can I be compassionate and still manage the business? What does it mean to love our neighbor and meet our...read more