Your Haters Have a Purpose

The same way that you have an assignment or divine purpose, so do your haters. While your friends will comfort, elevate and celebrate you, your haters promote you. How? Because they spend so much of their time talking about you, others will wonder who you are and what is it about you that has them “obsessed”. Your ability to survive or conquer them will give you significance. People don’t remember the losing teams, they remember the victors. Finally, your enemies and haters force you to do and be better. You have to bring your A-Game constantly so as not to … Continue reading Your Haters Have a Purpose

Sometimes things fall apart…

Things fall apart… We put the wrong things in the right space Sometimes things fall apart… We build the right things with weak foundations or the wrong materials. Sometimes, as things fall apart…we do too… It can be a catharsis if we allow ourselves the safety and security we need during those moments to experience our emotions and seek our lessons… It hurts but it heals Sometimes things fall apart, so that better things, greater things, things that really belong, can come together… #DrG #Quotes #Leadership #LeadershipCoach #SheLeads #ExecutiveCoach #Coach #GetYouAMe #MakeYourselfProud #Teams #People #Leaders #ICreateLeaders #IBuildTeams #IChangeCultures Continue reading Sometimes things fall apart…

Speak What You Seek

Tomorrow is almost here…it’s  another Monday, another week… We all have that moment where we wish the weekend could last longer. We think to ourselves how much we hate Mondays and all of the ish we have to deal with.  It’s easy and acceptable to complain… that’s what we do, especially on Mondays. Try something different. Take a different path, one equally visible but less traveled..  Instead of talking about your problems, talk about what you dream… your vision… your impact in the world  Once you do that, you’ll see things start to change because you are giving attention to … Continue reading Speak What You Seek

Always Learning

I was reminded this morning that sometimes we get so focused on the “what” that we screw up the “how”, getting in our own way. Part of growing and building is learning and course correcting. Be open to feedback, humble enough to admit it, and agile to fix it. Networking is a challenge for most people because all we think about is getting out our message and it does the DIRECT opposite of what we intend to do or meant to do. When you start from a genuine place of love and service, your focus changes and you look for how … Continue reading Always Learning

You Will Bend…But You Won’t Break

Life will present seemingly insurmountable challenges, especially when you embark on a path of change – growth, enlightenment, or just something different. There will be moments where you question what you are doing, your purpose, your mission, your vision, and yourself. You will come to resent yourself and others, or feel like you just cannot go on and you need to turn back. Expect to have these moments and more because change hurts. The process of change is NEVER easy. It requires you to face uncomfortable beliefs and thoughts, become comfortable with the unfamiliar, and release yourself from anything or … Continue reading You Will Bend…But You Won’t Break

Push Through 

Whatever you do, don’t stop.  Cry, be angry, get frustrated,  feel tired.. But DO NOT stop.  Push through, trusting and believing that things are working out to and for your good. Understand, though, that sometimes that means addition by subtraction. You have to trust that if you lose something or someone in the process, the loss is making room for what really belongs. Push through. Have faith, and push through.  Continue reading Push Through 

Move The Clouds

The pessimist complains about the overcast day and how dark it is, making it difficult to see. The optimist hopes the clouds will clear up and the day will get better.  The leader adjusts the light. The change agent says, “Learn to move the clouds… ” – Dr Gail Lewis Clouds are moved by the wind… the wind determines their speed, direction, etc.  A victim mentality complains about the impact of the clouds. The passive-aggressive mentality hopes for the best, assumes the worst, and does nothing in the meantime. The fixer address the the issue by changing course or strategy … Continue reading Move The Clouds