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If you’ve ever been rock climbing, you know there are certain commands that are used exclusively between the climber and the belayer (the person who is managing their safety rope). It’s a language that communicates so much in four little words, and it's essential to...

One of my friends sent me the quote we used in today’s meme. While I’ve said the same thing in many different ways, I really connected to this particular version. If you don’t like something, just take away its only power: your attention. If I'm continually focused...

I fall down. A lot. It’s getting easier to accept the falls though. I get up faster and faster. AND, leadership is a practice. Doing the work doesn’t mean I don’t fall. It actually means I fall more often. The quicker I get up, the more opportunities...

Recently, I went to get my eyes checked. As part of the exam, the doctor did that process where he flips the lenses and asks, “Which is better, 1 or 2?”, and I got to choose which was clearer for me. I left with the contacts...

This past week I did something I thought I had never done. I paid someone to stretch me. You see, I recently started running more, and my hips were tight and sore. I knew I needed to stretch, or do some yoga, but in reality, I...

This week's blog contribution is from Michelle Fink, High5 Leadership Co-VP of Ops/Trainer. In April, my husband and I went on our honeymoon to Costa Rica. We experienced new things and got way out of our comfort zone. It was an exciting adventure and we had...

Today’s blog is interactive! You don’t need to write anything down. You only need to be honest with yourself. Not everyone is willing to do that. It's where the new possibilities lie though. You are always at choice. The exercise is simple. Come up with three words...

It’s been over a year since I’ve had chocolate, and I lived to tell the tale! Maybe even more impressive for me, is that it’s been over a year since I’ve had a Chai Tea Latte. In reality, it’s been over a year since I ingested...

I just spent five days in Minnesota with my family, and we celebrated my dad’s 95th birthday. He asked me if I thought he had changed since my last visit. I told him I felt he had been holding steady for the last few years....