Monthly Archives: April 2013

Leadership Isn’t Always Easy

Developing your leadership capacity requires that you take a step beyond your own talents and begin to not only understand but value and support the talents of those around you. It means that you have to step beyond your own … Continue reading

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Limitations – What, Me?

“Which is harder, do you think, owning your strengths or accepting your limitations?” This question was posed to me recently by a coaching client I’ve been working with for a couple of months. You may be surprised at my answer.

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Three Roadblocks to Living Your Talent Advantage

Claiming your Talent Advantage and using it to Live Your Talents are more than theoretical concepts for me. I believe that Your Talent Advantage is not only your birthright, but the road to a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

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When Everyone is Right, Who’s Wrong?

Recently a friend of mine who runs a retail business asked me to look over an email exchange that he had with one of his suppliers. My friend had produced a marketing campaign that the supplier felt was an attack … Continue reading

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Making Partnership Value Real: Know Your Strengths

By Lynda-Ross Vega Partnerships, whether personal, as in a marriage, or business, as in a joint venture, are an important part of working and being with others. They allow us to accomplish more together than any one of us could … Continue reading

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