Five Things You Must Unlearn to Fulfill Your Potential

Posted on March 16, 2020

“I wonder if the growth I’ve experienced over the past two years isn’t less about what I needed to learn and more about what I needed to unlearn.” I received this text from a client last week. In the holiday spirit of Cousin Eddie, “bingo.” Our life experiences program into us perspectives and behaviors that…

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Five Leadership Lessons from a 525 Mile Bike Ride

Posted on August 21, 2019

Last year, I, along with over 30 other riders, rode from West Cancer Center in Germantown, TN on a 5-day, 525-mile journey to Rosemary Beach, FL. The Ride to Rosemary supports the WINGS Supportive Care Division of the University of Tennessee/West Institute for Cancer Research. As we’ve been preparing for this year’s ride, which departs on October 5, I’m reminded…

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Are you an influential leader?

Posted on March 18, 2019

Every business leader wants their team to demonstrate an all-out commitment to their goals. When team members don’t respond with the desired level of engagement, frustration follows. The leader may tolerate low performance or exert positional authority with a command and control style. Neither produces an environment conducive to long-term success.  What’s the alternative? Lead…

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Not All Commitment is Equal: Lessons Learned Preparing for a 525 Mile Bike Ride

Posted on September 24, 2018

On Saturday, September 29, 2018, I, along with over 30 other riders, will depart from West Cancer Center in Germantown, TN on a 5-day, 525-mile journey to Rosemary Beach, FL. The Ride 2 Rosemary supports the WINGS Supportive Care Division of the University of Tennessee/West Institute for Cancer Research. I began my training for the ride in March…

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