Author Archives: Lynda-Ross Vega

About Lynda-Ross Vega

Lynda-Ross Vega is the leading expert on unleashing natural skills, talents and abilities to create unprecedented success. Driven by a passion for helping entrepreneurs succeed in business and in life, her work brings together cutting-edge psychology and real world business smarts. She began researching and applying styles theory tools early in her career, and her passion for identifying and focusing natural talents on the right task led her to collaborate with Dr. Gary Jordan beginning in 1983. Together, they developed Perceptual Style® Theory, a revolutionary psychological assessment system that teaches people how to unleash their deepest potentials for success.

The Value of Conversation

“These people are just making it so difficult” said my friend. We met for coffee last week just to catch up and as she was telling me about some challenges she was facing at work. “Everyone wants a voice, everyone wants … Continue reading

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5 Myths about Business Travelers

Traveling a lot for work recently has provided me with some unique opportunities to observe people.   There are lots of stories and jokes and stereotypical characteristics about road warriors – people who travel a lot on business – and I … Continue reading

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Making it Happen Anywhere

After years of being on the road and working from hotels and client sites, I basically have a love/hate relationship with technology.

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Business Partners Play the Blame Game

By Dorene Lehavi He said his name was Craig and he sounded very distraught because his business partners were having a meltdown. After 12 years of getting along well in a successful business, they were blindsided when they lost their biggest … Continue reading

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Don’t strangers deserve good manners too?

I’ve been doing a lot of business traveling over the last few weeks. In fact I’m heading out to a client site again this week. With this being a holiday week in both Canada (July 1st) and the US (July … Continue reading

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What’s love got to do with it?

Sitting at my desk, thinking about what to write for this week’s blog, out of nowhere the song lyric “what’s love got to do with it?” popped into my head. Hmmm.  Must be a reason. So I pondered on it … Continue reading

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Are you solving problems or creating new ones?

Have you ever solved a problem for someone and instead of saying “thanks” the other person reacts with hurt feelings, leaving you baffled as to why they told you the problem in the first place?

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3 Steps to Entrepreneurial Success

When I worked in the corporate world I learned to appreciate that people perceive things differently. By understanding the differences in the way people see the world, what is important to them, the conclusions they draw, and the actions they … 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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