Monthly Archives: February 2014

Asking for Help – Need Readers for My Draft Book

I need some help. I am looking for a few “young entrepreneurs” or young at heart entrepreneurs who have a few hours to read through an early draft of¬†Emails for a Young Entrepreneur¬†and share with me your first impressions. As … Continue reading

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Lifelet: The Seahawk Twelves

What an unbelievable journey for Seahawk nation here in Southeast Alaska (thank you Jimmy Johnson). For the last month, “Flipping My Perspective” is a way of life as I do my daily flips. For the last two weeks my Seahawk … Continue reading

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Lifelet: It’s Not About the Nail

How do you teach empathetic listening? It is not something that you can lecture about. You have to experience it. At a recent developmental seminar, we went through several paired exercises to improve our deep listening skills. However, sometimes a … Continue reading

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