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SEPTEMBER 30, 2011: LEADERSHIP LESSON #3: No, you DON’T know everything
Some of the most important lessons I’ve learned have come in the wake of hardship and trials. One experience in particular helped make me a better leader, and a stronger, more resilient version of myself.  Three days navigating the slot canyons of Utah tested every one of my physical and mental limits, but all for << Read More

SEPTEMBER 22, 2011. LEADERSHIP LESSON #2: SUCCUMB
  Perched over my very first intentional step off a cliff, I wasn’t sure I could do it.  Moments earlier, during my first Leadership Lesson in the canyon, the guide — Jonathan —  had given me all the training I needed to make this first rappel a success, yet fear was eating me alive.  As << Read More

SEPTEMBER 8, 2011: LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM THE EDGE. LESSON #1 — HUMILITY
  Some of the most important lessons I’ve learned have come in the wake of hardship and trials. One experience in particular helped make me a better leader, and a stronger, more resilient version of myself.  Three days navigating the slot canyons of Utah tested every one of my physical and mental limits, but all << Read More

SEPTEMBER 1, 2011 — MAY I LEAD YOU…ASTRAY?
You’d think that after all this time I’d approach a new adventure shouting yee-HAW instead of murmuring uh-oh.  After intentionally scaring myself half to death at least 100 times and coming out of those situations alive —  I still picture the new adventure in my mind and immediately feel the butterflies in my stomach spring << Read More