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Forget New Year’s Resolutions – Try This Instead!

Depending on which of the many research studies you read, between 8 and 19% of people who set New Year’s resolutions actually stick to them....
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Help for the Holidaze!

Systems specialist for Chiquita Jones joins the lab to discuss how to make the “holidaze” peaceful and enjoyable, instead of a crazed rush to get...
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Thriving in Uncertainty

Meridith Elliott Powell joins the leadership lab to talk thriving in uncertainty. Meridith Elliott  Powell is an award-winning author, keynote speaker and business strategist. With...
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What You Need to Know About the Changing Workplace

Libby hits the leadership lab with Tresha Moreland, a 30-year HR expert and futurist. Tresha keeps one foot in the corporate world while the other...
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Persuading with Authenticity with Jason Cutter

In the Leadership Lab, Libby is joined by Jason Cutter. Jason is the founder and CEO of Cutter Consulting Group which brings a refined consultative...

Little Moments of Magic with Catherine Carr

Catherine Carr joins Libby in the Leadership Lab to share her story of how a seemingly average Saturday afternoon led to an interview with Doctors...

Finding Your Sanctuary

I once heard a Muslim woman describe what it was like to wear a burqa, the garment that covers a woman's body except for the...
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Resilience: It’s Not What You Think with Eileen McDargh

Libby speaks with Eileen McDargh about resilience and why it may not be exactly what you think it is. Eileen is the Founder and CEO...

A Little Girl, a Big Idea, and a Cabbage

This week, I had the honor of delivering a virtual Creating a Hope-Driven Culture keynote to a group of lawn and landscape professionals who own...
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Applause or Tomatoes?

I recently had not one but two clients share with me their reluctance to “get out there.” That is, to show up in a bigger...


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