I’m excited to share that I am now a Professional EOS Implementer. After 20+ years of facilitating leadership teams to strategic clarity I’m very enthusiastic to add this strong process for consistently implementing success. I love helping entrepreneurial and leadership teams get what they want from their businesses. Our EOS process helps them gain traction in their organization and to run their business instead of their business running them. This translates to greater profit, accountable teams, more fun – and wildly effective meetings.
EOS delivers a simple proven system that helps you get your leaders 100% on the same page resulting in a more disciplined and accountable team who will drive continuous improvement throughout your organization.
Contact me to schedule a 90 Minute Meeting to learn how EOS can transform your business and life. Let’s discuss your goals and how we can work together to achieve them. Contact me at this EOS link.
On June 23, 1972 the global movement that has empowered girls and women to compete and excel in sport at all levels was launched with the passage of Title IX.
I recently had the opportunity to speak about women in sailing as part of Newsy’s week-long tribute to the landmark 50th anniversary of this groundbreaking legislation.
In 1994, I worked with Doug McCormick, then CEO and President of Lifetime Television on sponsorship development for our America3 Women’s Team. Doug produced Rocking the Boat— Women Race for the America’s Cup and with that the first network sports division devoted solely to women’s sports was born. It was on this project that I also met Brian Donlon, now Executive Producer at Newsy. We recently reconnected after his sterling tribute to Doug, who passed away in May.
While the path to equity in sport is far from over, we have come a long way – thanks to titans of change who stood up to say ‘all girls can play’, ‘women can win’ and ‘I am going to fight for equality.’ Sports legends including Billy Jean King, Donna DeVarona, Lyn St. James, Benita Fitzgerald Mosley, Dawn Riley, Julie Foudy and Rusty Kanokogi blazed trails for women both on and off of the playing field. As we stand on their shoulders, we must support those yet to embark on their path.
I really enjoyed sharing some of my story and the stories of people I admire – those who have had the courage to embrace and excel in the face of difficult change. It has been rewarding and inspiring to hear from the Traverse City attendees and YouTube viewers that my talk gave them language, and a visual image, for where they are in their own journey of change. I also met some very talented people among my fellow TEDx Traverse City speakers, who I will introduce to you in the days ahead.
By watching ‘A Mountain of Courage’ you will learn more about my personal journey – the journey that led me to create Courageous Thinking Inc. Every day I am energized by the challenge of assisting adventurous leaders who seek excellence in their personal growth, and strive for success in their organizations.
Where are YOU in your life right now?
Are you looking for ‘what’s next’?
Do you have a clear vision of where you want to go?
Are you questioning how to get there?
Thank your for taking the time to share in this ever evolving journey with me. I’d love to hear where you are on your ‘Mountain of Courage’ – email@example.com