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Weekend #2 Picture

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Click to enlarge Weekend 2:  Dr. Stephen Hobbs: I read this quote many, many years ago, way before I was reading about neuroscience and leadership … And so … was da Vinci ahead of his time? ))smiles Yours for the wellth of it, PS: Grab a 30 minute discovery session to explore and discover your way to evolve […]

Weekend #1 Picture

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Click to enlarge Weekend 1:  Dr. Stephen Hobbs: A personal declaration of my voice, position, authority and mastery … in visual format re: WELLth Blog. Yours for the wellth of it, PS: Grab a 30 minute discovery session to explore and discover your way to evolve delivery of extraordinary experiences in the words of those involved (employees, […]

Manage & Lead Extraordinary Experiences

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12 Manage Lead insights … in visual form … to stimulate thinking and feeling, and action. Personal Note With the recreation-reinvention of WELLth Movement I gained clarity of my why, how and who by my when, where and what as I manage and lead. I gained a perspective of being an entrepreneur for the world. As […]

Managers-Leaders Using Learning Educating To Manage Lead

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Your Yearning for Learning for Earning Use Learning and Educating Approaches to Manage and Lead Employee Evolvement Whatever your age you are exploring and evaluating your … World! Workplace! Workspace! As we grow older we become more conscious of how we learn and possibly how we educate. However, there are still holes. And those holes are […]

Using Collaborative Conversations in the Well-Living Workplace

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Using Collaborative Conversations To Create a Well-Living Workplace I have often been asked where I start conversations about the well-living workplace. That is, to create a place of work where people live and work well together. Where they enjoy what they do and do what they enjoy. My response: I use collaborative conversations to create a […]

Legacy Word for the World 

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Your Legacy Word for the World Once known you have a key to being you for the world.  Within you is a LEGACY WORD. It frames the essence of what you enjoy to learn/educate and learn/educate to enjoy. It illuminates key knowledge and skills that guide you from the future into the present. The associated Legacy Intentions […]

The Truth About the Legacy Topics Chosen for the WELLth Blog

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About your Legacy Categories – Why did you choose them for the WELLth Blog? This question was posed by a reader. And to be honest – when asked, it surprised me. Then again … these legacy categories makes sense to me. I’m in and around them everyday. They guide the content curation for our articles and videos, and those of […]

Next Fifty Marketplace

Next Fifty Marketplace legacy

The Next Fifty Marketplace is open for your contributions. Whether you are a mentor, facilitator, elder, business owner, entrepreneur, manager-leader, employee, grandparent, parent decide today to fully express your Life Leadership Legacy. In doing so you see, feel and experience freedom, fulfillment and fun. In the Next Fifty Marketplace you can … Move from living as an […]

Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration

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Book Review for David Savage’s “Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration” In David Savage’s book Break Through to Yes: Unlocking the Possible Within a Culture of Collaboration he covers both the concepts and practices of collaboration. For that reason alone he is applauded for offering a excellent overview of what it means to collaborate in the […]

Mission and Values, and Vision

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Organization(al) Mission and Values, and Vision, Goals and Objectives … One of the frequent conversations I have with managers and leaders focuses on the use of the organization(al) terms mission  and values, and vision, goals and objectives. It seems – even after all these years with the training, instructing, coaching and instructing – there is still confusion about what […]

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