Roots and Nourishment to Weather the Storms of Life

Most of us are aware of the personal benefits of being present and practicing gratitude; however, in times of uncertainty or when we feel overwhelmed it’s not always easy to appreciate the little things or to take the time to slow down. As Paulo Coelho reminded us: “Life has a way of testing a person’s…

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Crossword Puzzles of Our Lives (Looking Outside In and Inside Out)

My grandfather, one of the wisest men I’ve ever known, would find great joy every Sunday after church spending hours trying to complete the NYT crossword puzzle. As a USPS letter carrier for over thirty years, his capacity to love life and his ability to bring joy to others were integral parts of his character.…

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A Simple Collection of Best Reads

In our work with teams and individuals, the importance of better understanding ourselves and others is key to building strong relationships. It’s important to always be learning, so in that spirit here are a few reads that we highly recommend: “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey Stephen R. Covey’s classic…

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Maintaining Focus and Alignment about What Matters Most to You

Is it possible that you already possess a superpower that once activated, becomes a super skill? Most of us only associate superpowers with fictional superheroes. A less known fact is that each of us has the ability to tap into this unique super skill. By slowing down and writing things down, as opposed to keeping…

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The Origin Of The CoreSelf Mapping Process and its Application in the Workplace

  “Over 40% of Americans report increases in mental distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving employers with their own crisis, resulting in increased absenteeism, negative impacts on productivity and profits, and an increase in health care costs,” said Brian Marcotte, President and CEO of the nonprofit National Business Group on Health. Now more than…

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Why CoreSelf Mapping and CoreSelf Positioning?

Simon Sinek has achieved an extraordinary level of influence in the realm of marketing strategy development. His books and lectures have influenced a broad spectrum of leaders in his field and are worthy of our careful attention. Sinek’s “Golden Circle” theory of marketing advocates that we “Begin With Why” our product adds significant value to…

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Getting on the Same Page—and Staying There

Simple. Not Easy. Getting On The Same Page

As a leader, you’ve experienced those satisfying projects or client wins where it seemed that the entire team was on the same page; that feeling of achievement is quite rewarding. Ever wonder how to share that feeling with other teams in a consistent, repeatable, and sustainable way? It’s possible to get valuable feedback from the…

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Building Trust in Teams to Foster Self Accountability

Simple. Not Easy Building Trust

Innovative problem-solving Do you feel like you’re micromanaged in your current role? Do you feel like the new environment for business is asking you for more details or you’re being asked to fill out extra paperwork to justify your daily role? If you’re looking for new ways to prevent the stresses of a culture of…

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Being Awake. Being Aware. Being Able.

Simple Not Easy Map

Being Awake Think of your situation, challenge, or crossroad in life as a road trip. Before you can get behind the wheel of a car and make the trip, you first need to be awake. Of course, with the advent of modern GPS systems where our journey can easily be controlled with the push of…

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Leadership Lenses of 4X Leaders

What is a 4X Leader? Businesses that have managed to navigate the changes that the pandemic thrust on their customers, leaders, and employees have been forced to reimagine and recalibrate their business models in unprecedented ways with little to no warning. Aside from learning to manage entire teams remotely, many of today’s leaders are also…

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