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You Can’t Turn a Rutabaga into Sweet Potato Pie

I was born and raised in South Georgia and I love southern cuisine like rutabagas and sweet potatoes.  You are probably wondering what does this have to do with leadership. Well, it was inspired from by a conversation with one of my clients.  In a touch base call, I asked, “how are things going with…
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7 Jewels to Leadership Success

There many things that contribute to the success of an emerging leader or even a seasoned leader it can become quite a daunting task to remember all of the strategies and techniques; or even apply thought leader concepts. As a writer and a student/teacher of professional development I LOVE taking things that I like and…
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There Is A Gift In the Rainbow

[caption id="attachment_804" align="alignleft" width="225"] taken by Dr. Taunya Lowe, Midland, GA[/caption] There is a gift in the rainbow for both the giver and the receiver; don't miss it. Be sincere in your giving and your doing. Doers: Evaluate your giving and your doing. Make sure that it is genuine and it comes from an honest…
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The Power of Pausing – PAUSE, and REFLECT

[caption id="attachment_791" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo taken by Dr. Taunya A. Lowe[/caption] The Law of Reflections says.... "learning to pause allows growth to catch up with you." Reflection, (pausing) turns experience into insight.  We all need a time and place to reflect (pause). For years, I have taken a trip for my birthday. I usually take…
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