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Strategic Common Courtesy


Earlier this week while I was sitting in downtown Austin, I witnessed a bizarre and unfortunate accident.  The driver of an 18-wheeler, making a right turn, did not see the…

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Leadership Lessons Learned in Childhood


Anybody who knows me knows that I can talk.  I often laugh that I am still making up for lost time.  You see, I had a speech impediment as a…

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Are You Choosing To Have an Inefficient Organization?


It is not uncommon for a management consultant to identify inefficiencies during a client’s operations assessment.  However, lately I have met with several companies that have identified their own inefficiencies…

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Ten Tips to Increase Revenue for Your Business


In recent weeks,  I have been reminded that medical practice management is not so different from businesses in other industries.  For example, those of us with a history of healthcare…

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Learn to Color Outside the Lines


When did you stop thinking like a child and turn into an adult?  When did you set aside wonder, play, imagination, and innocence to put on the drab attributes of…

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Six Tips for Being Strategic


As a business strategy consultant, it is no surprise that I frequently receive questions about how someone learns to be strategic.  There’s no big mystery.  It is just about getting…

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Language is a Strategy


Today, I had the good fortune of meeting with a colleague who uses an approach to business strategy consulting very similar to my own.  It was fun to compare war…

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A Healthy Brain Organization


I have always been fascinated with the human brain.  I enjoy reading research studies about it in relation to the workplace.   I admit it; I actually enjoy leadership workshops dedicated…

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Intention Deficit Disorder


As a business strategy consultant, I am paid to think.  I offer my clients an objective viewpoint of their business and help them think differently about their company. I help…

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The Power of Personal Development


It is the time of year when executive leaders begin planning for the next year’s business and corporate growth.  Sometimes we do this through retreats, leadership workshops, or team building…

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