Archive | February, 2013

Who’s Driving: Ego or Higher Self?

Last Wednesday, I had the great honor of being profiled on Huffington Post in a joint post between two series on Twitter Powerhouses and Meaningful Leaders. It’s absolutely amazing to me, since the article profiled some truly established leaders, including the Lieutenant Governor of California, Gavin Newsom. We were selected because of our “record of leading by […]

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Be Real, Not Positive

In the movie, “Princess Diaries,” there’s a scene where the main protagonist, Mia, sobs in her mother’s arms, after being humiliated in public. While holding and comforting Mia, her mother tells her it’s ok to cry because she has been hurt. That scene made an impression, because it doesn’t seem to be the norm. For […]

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Have It All!

Nearly two decades ago, as part of my doctoral program, I took a course on psychometric theory and measurement. It was all about the science of asking the “right” questions to measure accurately and reliably someone’s knowledge (in a test/exam) or attitude (in a survey/assessment). A good question should come with one and only one […]

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Do Your Best

Do Your Best

You may have read or heard of the book, The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. If you haven’t, you owe it to yourself to add it to your reading list pronto—yes, it’s that good! I took a class several years ago based on this book, and it remains one of my all-time favorite consciousness-raising […]

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