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I Figured It Out

I finally had a chance to watch “The Post” a few weeks ago. Given that I check The Washington Post’s online site at least 5 times a day, I can’t believe it took me so long to watch it. After … Continue reading

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What, Exactly, Do You Do?

A few weeks ago, I was talking with a new acquaintance who asked me about my consulting work. First, let me share that when someone asks what I do for a living, I often shyly admit that I am a … Continue reading

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Asking the Hard Questions is Not Always Fun

Last month, I met with a family that wanted to honor their father through the creation of a foundation. The children’s father had recently passed away. He loved music – all kinds of music – and had been a long-time … Continue reading

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I’m Not Your Gal.

Recently, a group of consultants were meeting and we were talking about our different styles. The woman who jumpstarted the conversation boldly stated that if her clients didn’t like her tattoos, her quirky sense of humor or her bluntness, then … Continue reading

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It IS Personal – Even to Consultants

About a year ago, I was working with a client that was undergoing some significant internal changes. I had been working with the client for quite some time and we had made really fantastic progress in our work together. However, … Continue reading

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