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Jun 4 2020

Let’s Give it a Name: Grief

2020-09-03T11:07:18-05:00June 4th, 2020|COVID-19, Current Affairs, Inspired Ideas Blog|

As I began writing this blog, I was contemplating the feelings of loss, lack of control, uncertainty, fear of illness and a host of other often intense feelings we have been experiencing since this pandemic began. I appreciated a Harvard Business Review article that said what we’re experiencing is grief. It was refreshing to give [...]

Apr 16 2020

Remote Work: Maintain Your Sanity and Work Productively with COVID-19

2020-04-09T14:36:34-05:00April 16th, 2020|, |

Thursday, April 16th, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM CT The COVID-19 Crisis has created incredible disruption, fear, and frustration. Social distancing is causing loneliness and hanging out 24x7 with our “shelter mates” could be driving us crazy. And, working from home (#WFH) has forced many to undertake a crash course in remote work. This means [...]

Apr 8 2020

Camping In

2020-09-03T11:11:33-05:00April 8th, 2020|COVID-19, Inspired Ideas Blog|

We often look forward to “CAMPING OUT” to free ourselves of urban clutter and noise, tiring and draining work assignments and forced contact with people we haven’t consciously chosen to interact with.  Now, with this massive shelter in place, the shutdown of many businesses and life that we know has seemingly forced us to “CAMP [...]

Mar 4 2020

Couples Communication Tips Work in Business

2020-03-04T13:51:57-06:00March 4th, 2020|Communication, Inspired Ideas Blog, Personal Development|

Over the years, I have studied ways to help people work cooperatively with one another.  A recent program helping marital partners create healthy ways to relate caught my attention.  In his book, Communication Miracles for Couples, Jonathan Robinson identifies three key areas that make the difference.  He describes them as “high octane gasoline that makes [...]

Feb 12 2020

Lessons Learned Again

2020-02-12T14:16:33-06:00February 12th, 2020|Governance/Decision Making, Inspired Ideas Blog, Leadership, Personal Development, Succession|

Last September, I accepted the role of Director of Men’s Ministry at my church conditioned on a “self-imposed” three-year term limit, during which my strategic focus would be to identify, develop and mentor my replacement; hopefully someone half my age! Almost six months into my new role, it feels like a good time to review [...]

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