About Jennifer Wilson

Jennifer Wilson is a co-founder and partner of ConvergenceCoaching, LLC, a national consulting firm dedicated to developing leaders and transforming teams through coaching, practice consulting, strategic planning and learning and development. Jennifer’s ultimate goal is to make a transformational difference in the lives of her clients and their businesses.
Apr 1 2022

Facing Suicide Head On

2022-04-01T13:30:51-05:00April 1st, 2022|Inspired Ideas Blog, Leadership, Personal Development|

On Wednesday, the younger sister of a close family friend ended her life. 18 years old, about to graduate high school and so full of promise, she must have felt so hopeless to choose to exit this world. As a parent and a sibling, I feel enormous pain for the parents and siblings of this [...]

Feb 10 2022

My 2022 Guiding Words

2022-02-10T13:07:08-06:00February 10th, 2022|Inspired Ideas Blog, Personal Development|

Each year, I use three words to shape my outlook for the year. These words guide my goal setting and decision making. They set the tone and express my hopes for the year ahead. Sometimes the words come to me quickly and with great clarity, other times I have to wait and search my heart [...]

Nov 23 2021

Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow

2021-11-23T13:35:44-06:00November 23rd, 2021|Inspired Ideas Blog|

Or praise whatever name you give to your higher power. I grew up singing the hymn Praise God with my family, holding hands with my parents and six siblings at the kitchen table at dinner. We carry this custom forward at all family gatherings, where the circle of gratitude can include the 50+ descendants of [...]

Nov 18 2021

Goal Achieved! Now What?

2021-11-18T11:15:27-06:00November 18th, 2021|Inspired Ideas Blog, Personal Development|

A year ago, I was wondering if I should set a big, hairy audacious running goal. I’ve been running and racing regularly for over 15 years and have piled up my share of 1 mile, 5K, 10K, 10-mile, Half Marathon and Marathon race medals. My goal has always been to beat my last time on [...]

Sep 29 2021

Letting Go

2021-09-29T09:23:23-05:00September 29th, 2021|Inspired Ideas Blog, Next Generation, Succession|

This week, my sweet “starter child” Della will marry her high-school sweetheart, Nic, in the church where Brian and I were married nearly 33 years ago. These two “kids” are a perfect match, with complimentary gifts and talents and a powerful commitment to each other. I have every confidence that they can make their union [...]

Aug 13 2021

Give It All Away

2021-08-13T13:25:16-05:00August 13th, 2021|Inspired Ideas Blog, Leadership|

We focus our career progression on “adding” things to our resume: knowledge, relationships, “wins,” experiences, promotions, raises, and more. What we don’t do as intentionally is subtracting from our professional plate as we add new elements. And, when the pile we’ve amassed is too large, we find ourselves overwhelmed and even resentful of the chaotic [...]

Jul 1 2021

Are We Truly Free?

2021-07-01T11:25:58-05:00July 1st, 2021|Current Affairs, Inspired Ideas Blog|

I feel so fortunate to be an American living in this great nation with the beauty of our diverse people and cultures. I am humbled by the sacrifice of so many, over time, to win – and maintain – our independence as a country, beginning 245 years ago. I am grateful for those who serve [...]

May 28 2021

Never Forget!

2021-05-28T12:32:55-05:00May 28th, 2021|COVID-19, Current Affairs, Inspired Ideas Blog|

As we embark on the Memorial Day holiday, I’m looking forward to an opportunity to rest, recharge and rejuvenate; and I’m sure you are, too. Yet the Memorial holiday wasn’t originally designated to provide a post-busy season 3-day weekend. Instead, Memorial Day was set aside to encourage us to remember those who gave their lives [...]

Apr 29 2021

Healing Our Psychic Bruises

2021-04-29T09:26:42-05:00April 29th, 2021|COVID-19, Inspired Ideas Blog, Personal Development|

On Monday morning, a very good friend’s 52-year-old son died of COVID-19 complications. He left his wife and two children, his brother and his widowed mother behind. His state wasn’t yet vaccinating his age group when he was infected. His death, and the deaths of nearly 600,000 people who have died from this virus in [...]


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