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One kind act changed my life.

Now I help others use micro-actions of kindness

to increase positivity where they work and live.

I'm honored to be associated with people who are having an impact, making a difference, and leaving the world better than they found it.

Condoleezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice

66th United States Secretary of State

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Ken Blanchard
Ken Blanchard

Filming for Move Forward training

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Lt. Col. Michelle Macander Commander
Lt. Col. Michelle Macander Commander

First female commander of a Marine Corps ground combat unit

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Dave Gallagher Assoc. Dir. JPL
Dave Gallagher Assoc. Dir. JPL

With Dave at the "Clean" room where the Martian Rover is being built behind us.

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Naila Chowdhury UCSD Dir.
Naila Chowdhury UCSD Dir.

At the Global Empowerment Summit 2019 with Naila Chowdhury, Director, UCSD Social Impact and Innovation

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Charlie Nipp
Charlie Nipp

Charlie Nipp: A lifetime of repaying kindness

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Nicole Phillips
Nicole Phillips

Host, NPR Kindness Podcast

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Mayor Faulconer & Lindsay Wagner
Mayor Faulconer & Lindsay Wagner

Proclaiming October 19 Kindness Day in San Diego in congunction with the UCSD Global Empowerment Summit, 2019

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Professor Dallas Willard USC
Professor Dallas Willard USC

Honored to study with this great man

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Do you or your organization need some positive encouragement and direction?

I've researched what it takes to help organizations move forward.

  • Forget writing strategic reports only to have them sit on a shelf unread.

  • Stop spending your time convincing all the people who weren't at your planning retreat.

  • Avoid exhausting and expensive strategic processes.

  • Use one of these half-day seminars to overcome all the challenges and disappointments.

 

Best of all, you can look at my leader and participant guides and decide for yourself.

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Need a mentor or coach?

 

Many people need a mentor/guide more than an expert.

 

I work with regular working people who have a passion, a dream, or want to have one.

 

I coach them in finding personal clarity and direction. Then I help them take their next steps, whether that means something at work, self-publishing, blogging, public speaking.

 

I’m no expert but I have done them all. There are plenty of experts we can find together. Let me help you decide what you need and encourage you to get it.

 

Need help with:

 

  • Difficult conversations

 

  • Staff who don’t like conflict

 

  • Leadership teams who exhibit all of Patrick Lencioni’s five dysfunctions of a team

 

  • Performance Improvement plans that work

 

  • Downsizing a shrinking budget

 

  • Managing challenging decisions through your elder or non-profit board

 

I’ve done them all.

 

 

I’m ready to help when you are ready to be helped.