Transform Your Identity: The Fifth Lesson to Make a Difficult Transition

This is the last post discussing the five lessons to make a difficult transition. In this post we discuss how, with the right attitude, we can leverage that turbulence to build our character and shape our identity to live 100% Alive. Follow this blog to be the first to read the new series on celebrating to live 100% Alive. Read More

Be Willing: The Fourth Lesson to Make a Difficult Transition

Imagine facing an unwanted transition and turning it from a tragedy to a triumph. Wouldn’t that feel great? Imagine what you can do if you made that a habit. As leaders, managers, employees, or entrepreneurs, we face difficult transitions in our personal and professional lives. Our willingness to move forward is critical in turning trauma and tragedy into transformational trajectory. Read More

Overcome Fear: The Third Lesson in Making a Difficult Transition

What if I told you you can overcome your worst fears? Imagine what you could do, become, and the impact you would make. In this post, we discuss the third of five lessons to make a difficult transition, overcoming fear. We will first focus on why fear plays such a significant part and then how we can overcome them with seven strategic steps. Change management doesn’t need to be paralyzing. Read More

Letting Go: The First of 5 Lessons I Learned from a Difficult Transition

In this post, I introduce the five lessons I learned that will make your transition easier. I know my life would have been far better if I had known them before the transition. I also know my transition would have been quicker. Read More

“You didn’t notice – so I left: An Open Letter to Leaders during the Great Resignation

I hear that you don’t understand why so many are leaving their jobs. You also can’t understand where we went or how we are making a living. Like many of your management friends, you are dumbfounded by what has happened. In this open leader to leadership, I will give you several of the reasons. Read More