Monthly Archives: September 2010

Transforming: Honest Talk About Sexual Struggles

Guest Blog: Timothy F. Hogan, Psy.D. PLLC & Randy Hermann MA, LLPC If you have the courage to take a look at your sexual struggles you undoubtedly know changing unhealthy sexual thinking and behavior is hard. Since the two of … Continue reading

Posted in Change, Character, Personal Development, Subtle Transformation, Transformation | 4 Comments

Relational Maturity: Detached Interdependence

Relationships are hard work! Yes, the synergy of more than one is exponential and the camaraderie of many is fulfilling. However, the ying to all of that positive yang is the challenge of being in relationship with people. It’s more … Continue reading

Posted in Boundaries, Character, Organizational Health, Personal Development, Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Dungy Teaches and Models Servant Leadership

I’m putting the final touches on my servant leadership workshop – The Choice of Transformational Leadership: Driven to Serve. Throughout the workshop I will facilitate case studies of people and organizations who exemplify servant leadership. One such person is Super … Continue reading

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Celebrate What’s Right with the World

As I return from a few days enjoying northern Michigan I was pleased to see that I received an email from my friend Pete Emhoff that simply read: You will not want to miss this. Takes 20 minutes, but is … Continue reading

Posted in Change, Intentionality, Motivation, Personal Development, Transformation | 2 Comments