Super Objective Spotlight (featuring Brian Silvernell)

Posted by on Aug 21, 2013 | One Comment

I would have to say that the simple exercise of coming up with a “Super Objective” was anything but simple.  When I first arrived for my Onstage Leadership seminar, this was the last thing on my mind.  I was certain that I was to leave the theater having learned to own the spotlight and captivate […]

The Disciplined Path. Because of What It Will Make Of You

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 | One Comment

Discipline.  I’ve never much liked that word.  I wrote a post about my dislike of discipline more than four years ago (you can read that here), and here I am again back at it.  Struggling. A long time ago I heard a Jim Rohn quote that has stuck with me – “Become a millionaire because […]

Cultivating Mastery

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 | One Comment

We’re in Maine and my eight year old has declared that we are not allowed to kill lobsters.  I’m normally not the killing type, but being that this is my first trip to Maine and since visions of eating lobster every day for a week had been dancing in my head since I booked the […]

How Do You Renew?

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 | No Comments

In this world where we’re going a million miles an hour and we’re plugged in 24/7, how many of you find it difficult to really slow down and connect?  Connect to the people you care about most?  Connect to yourself and find a way to hear your own voice in the cacophony that is life?  […]

Let’s Draft

Posted by on Aug 15, 2013 | One Comment

I love the concept of “drafting”.  My husband Tim has done multiple long-distance bike rides and ever since I learned about drafting I’ve been fascinated by it.  To draft, there has to be someone leading – you cannot draft alone.  The riders following the leader of the pack use the leader’s energy to cut the […]

We’re Better Than We Know

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 | 3 Comments

Here’s what I know to be true:   Most of us are better than we know. I’ve met thousands of people who just don’t know how amazing and powerful they are.  KC Griffin’s story is a beautiful example (thanks, KC!).   When we don’t feel truly powerful, we do all sorts of weird things.   Some […]

Super Objective Spotlight (Featuring KC Griffin)

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 | One Comment

I happened upon Onstage Leadership unknowingly. Whether it was fate or just an amazingly happy accident, I feel so fortunate to have had the experience and it has changed my life forever.  I was a little lost in life and was feeling that my job did not fulfill me or give me a sense of […]

Overcoming Blah

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 | No Comments

I swear I’m solar powered.  That worked well for me when I lived in Tucson and Dallas, but I have to say, on rainy days in NY, like today, not so much.  I feel fatigued, and uninspired, and well…blah.  But the world doesn’t stop, just because I feel blah.  My to-do list doesn’t go away.  […]

What’s That Thing You Do?

Posted by on Aug 12, 2013 | No Comments

I talk too loud.  It’s been that thing I do that I wish I didn’t do for as long as I can remember.  From the time I started putting words together my mother would tell me, “Kimberly, modulate your voice.”  I think I am probably the only person on the planet who knew what the […]

Did You Say Something?

Posted by on Aug 9, 2013 | 8 Comments

Oh my gosh.  Night-before-last I did the parent-thing that I swore I’d never do.  My kiddo was talking a million miles an hour and I was….well yes, I was on Facebook…and according to witness testimony, I was nodding and smiling and responding to what he was telling me.  Ten minutes later my kiddo came back […]