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Wisdom and support for challenges experienced as a result of life’s many personal and professional transitions.

 

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Dale’s weekly blog provides wisdom and support for challenges experienced by readers dealing with one of life’s many transitions related to their vocation or in their personal life. When you subscribe to the blog, I will send you a complimentary copy of my eBook entitled Insights for Personal Development.

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Severance

Severance

I’m enjoying a can of “Love Notes” beer, a “Hazy India Pale Ale.” The can’s image is refreshing, it has summer colors of yellow and orange. What makes it special though is the name of the company that made it. Severance Brewing Company, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It’s...

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Intentional Presence!

Intentional Presence!

When you receive word that the person you report to, or the CEO, or another senior leader in your organization is coming to see you tomorrow, with no explanation about the purpose, what would you be thinking to yourself? I’m getting fired. This can’t be good. We never...

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The Gifted Gardener!

The Gifted Gardener!

Great leaders are described with terms like “visionary”, “servant”, and “inspirational”. Those are all good descriptions, but I like to think of the best leaders as gifted gardeners. I imagine the best leaders I know would be good at gardening. Why? A gifted gardener...

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This is your race!

This is your race!

HAVE YOU EVER RUN in a race? I’ve participated in a few of them in my life. In a race, everyone who is participating has the same goal (to win) and the conditions and the course are the same. But life is a different kind of race. In the book of Hebrews, the Apostle...

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The Mousetrap!

The Mousetrap!

The mouse saw the truck deliver a package to the farmer’s home and wondered what was in it, hoping it was food. When the farmer’s wife opened it, he was aghast. It was a mousetrap! The mouse was afraid and went to others for help. First, he ran and told the chicken...

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Detours!

Detours!

Deb and I were on our way to Florida in January, which is a good time to be leaving Missouri. It was cold, a light snow was falling and the roads in Kentucky were not fully cleared. Travel was slow and anxious. Our navigational app Waze, said to get off the highway at...

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