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What is The Truth About “Change”?

By Peter Comrie What’s the truth about change? Well, the short answer is: absolutely — change is possible Throughout the years, we’ve seen countless people on the brink of divorce. This can happen when one partner’s behaviors have been really toxic to live with, while the other partner has tried to manage them in a way that won’t escalate things.…

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The Conflict Resolution Formula

By David Gould Preparing for effective negotiations requires you to shift your focus from your story of the past and what happened to you to the future and its possibilities for resolution. When you do this life simply works better. Follow these Eight Steps to prepare for your negotiations:  Recognize and accept that you have a potential conflict as early…

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Next Steps for Family Businesses – Vulnerabilities Exposed…

By Cindy Radu What vulnerabilities has Covid exposed in your family enterprise? And what are you going to do about it? In April I was invited to participate on a global STEP Insight Panel on the topic of “How have you and your clients reacted and adapted to the global pandemic?” STEP Journal Issue 3, 2020 was released June 26…

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Conflict in the Time of Covid

By David Gould We constantly hear about our “new normal” and the many challenges that we will face during Covid pandemic and beyond. Like always, conflict will be one of those challenges, and here are some of my thoughts about getting ahead of conflict as you create your future in a rapidly changing world. Once we have decided we will…

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The Penalty of Leadership

In every field of human endeavor, he that is first must perpetually live in the white light of publicity. Whether the leadership be vested in a man or in a manufactured product, emulation and envy are ever at work. In art, in literature, in music, in industry, the reward and the punishment are always the same. The reward is widespread…

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Daily Forgiveness

by Peter Comrie “As long as you don’t forgive, who and whatever it is will occupy rent-free space in your mind.” — Isabelle Holland We cannot avoid daily resentment and thoughts of guilt. They are a part of human nature. What we can do is release their grip on us. We can forgive others and ourselves daily. Forgiveness requires nothing…

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Your Story is Just a Story, and You’re Not it.

For thousands of years, human beings have been wonderful story tellers. There’s a built-in yearning to get sucked into a story,

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It’s Time to Choose Sides. – Part 2

Supporting Local: Who Wins? This piece will make much more sense if you read It’s Time to Choose

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It’s Time to Choose Sides. – Part 1

In the past few months, something has become clear to many of us: what matters most are those around us

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Fear is limited by space and time, thus easy to end!

Fear has given the human race a difficulty since the beginning of time. Countless people have gone as far as failing

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Making the Hard Decisions in Tough Times

by Peter Comrie Most of us gravitate

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Top 11 Things You Need to Know about Mental Illness

Treating those around you with care and

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Staying Calm in a Crisis

Sometimes our best-made plans fall to pieces. Sometimes, things happen that are outside of our control, and they impact our

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The Business Case for Coaching

For years most organizational pundits have known..

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Productivity Killers and Boosters

Here are the Productivity Killers and Boosters..