What If You Had Nothing to Prove?

Posted by on Sep 5, 2014 | No Comments

A competitive bunch were we.  In a program in which the freshman class of 100 gets slashed to 25 students by sophomore year, it’s no wonder that every one of us felt we had something to prove.  We wanted to be “chosen”.  To prove that we were good enough.  To prove that we had the […]

Got Juice?

Posted by on Sep 3, 2014 | 2 Comments

People ask me all the time how I ended up doing what I do.  After all, leading programs that infuse theatre tools into leadership training isn’t something you usually find in a career guide.  It’s not a major you can sign up for in college.  It’s not an industry category.  It’s its own thing.  I’ve definitely taken the […]

Do You FEEL Successful?

Posted by on Jul 29, 2014 | 2 Comments

I’ve had the privilege to work with a lot of senior executives who have found themselves in transition.  Amazing men and women who have been in workforce 20 – 30 years, and for a multitude of reasons have found themselves, often for the first time in their careers, looking for “what’s next”. Most have accomplished […]

What Is Your Hidden Power?

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014 | No Comments

Last summer, my little family of three hiked to the top of Mt. Battie, just outside Camden, Maine (Gorgeous!  If you ever get a chance, you really must go!) and I remember thinking what a study in motivation it was.   To propel ourselves, our then-eight year old in tow, up the 780 ft of elevation, required […]

Do They Know?

Posted by on Jun 5, 2014 | No Comments

I’ve always thought it would be helpful to read minds.  Then we’d know.  We’d know what people think and not have to worry about the whole assumptions-thing, and could actually deal with what is real.  But then again…we’d know…right?!  And that would certainly come with its own set of complications.  But since we can’t actually […]