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Dream it, Plan it, Do it

In my office, I have the words Dream it, Plan it, Do it hanging on my wall where I can see it. These words serve as a constant reminder that, in order to make anything happen, you have to dream it first. You need a clear vision of what you want to happen.  When you put your dream into words by saying it out loud or, better yet, by writing it down, you lay the foundation for the plan that will make your dream come true.

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The Power of Apology

My 11-year-old son is an enthusiastic hockey player.  So enthusiastic that at last week’s practice, he kept shooting the puck after his coach  blew the whistle.

On the way home, I asked my son what his reasons were for  shooting after the whistle blew.  “There’s never enough time to work on my shot,” he said.  “I want to get better.”  I understood his desire to improve but I asked what would happen if all of his teammates did what they wanted when they wanted during their limited ice time.  Upon reflection, he replied that it would be chaos.  He needed some more time to come up with more productive ways to practice his shot.

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Guest — Laurie Johnson
Really liked your blog on apologizing. It is not something that has come easily for me. As I have grown older I realize that how... Read More
Tuesday, 07 December 2010 10:48
Guest — Martin Durocher
It is incredible the life lessons that we learn or are reminded of by our children. Thank you for sharing Ellen. In my experience... Read More
Thursday, 23 December 2010 02:48
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Leadership From the Inside Out

Do you have what it takes to be an effective leader?  Are you willing to peel away the layers to identify your values, define your vision, and create a strategic plan to help you realize your vision?

With this blog and my work at Unlimited Potential, my goal is to equip leaders at all stages of their career with the tools, knowledge, and skills they need to develop their potential in whatever environment they work in.  Specifically, my passion is nurturing, supporting, and training leaders in the health field.

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