Tag Archives: self-improvement

Wkly Brief – Forced Improvement

Today I found this post on ‘forcing yourself to improve’. I share it with your tonight, a night that I am so tired I can barely keep my eyes open. This post reminds me that by waking each morning before … Continue reading

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Leadership Clue(lessness)

In his article, 10 Reasons why Managers are Clueless about Leadership, Dan McCarthy states: “Most managers (and people) have no idea how they come across to others. …We tend to assess ourselves based on our intentions, while others assess us … Continue reading

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Weekly Brief – What the Voice is Saying

(photo temporarily not available). Several years ago a supervisor told me that some of my coworkers felt overwhelmed by my effusiveness in meetings.  I left my supervisor’s office hurt and angry. Back at my desk, I wrote a less poetic, … Continue reading

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Weekly Brief – Volunteer Tweets

Recently, I discovered Volunteer NH’s web site, a United Way1 affiliated organization that communicates volunteer opportunities throughout the State.  I signed up for their Twitter feed and had the tweets sent to my cell phone.  Over the past several weeks, … Continue reading

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The Power of One

This is a follow-up to two prior posts:  Great Inspirations and Weekly Brief – Linda Cliatt-Wayman. So why’d I cry when I heard Linda Cliatt-Wayman speak at the Massachusetts Conference for Women?  After weeks of pondering this question and days of … Continue reading

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