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Overcoming the YIP's

Posted 03-12-2015 at 10:44 PM by Epiphany (Epiphany Professional Development Blog)

Great success in relatively obscure environments had brought him to this place in his career. He now had the opportunity to compete with the best in the game on a big stage. He thought he had the skills, thought he was capable. But as the event neared, as attention increased, as he began to recognize the stature, the success, the power the other players had achieved, he began to doubt.

Tin Cup, the movie about an obscure golfer, Kevin Costner, who qualifies for the US Open is a great...
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Body, Mind & Soul

Posted 03-02-2015 at 11:16 PM by Epiphany (Epiphany Professional Development Blog)

I recently had the honor of working with an executive that, unfortunately, was terminated from a company where he had served in various capacities over a fourteen year career. A true loyalist. One who drank the Kool-Aid and took his leadership responsibilities seriously. A man who committed himself to achieving the objectives set out before him with the intent of serving his company, employees and clients to the best of his ability. But certainly not a man without flaws or “opportunities for improvement”...
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Walk the Line

Posted 02-17-2015 at 10:44 PM by Epiphany (Epiphany Professional Development Blog)

Have you ever watched Mountain Men? The show revolves around 4 or 5 men who live off of the land in some fashion. A few hunt for their provision, one provides a variety of services from driving cattle to clearing fallen trees. One farms and utilizes all of his available resources from creating electricity using the nearby stream to rigging his truck to run off of wood chips. Then there’s Marty, a mountain man who traps in the Alaskan wilderness. Watching the show, Marty identifies and travels into...
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Like father, like son

Posted 01-26-2015 at 09:02 PM by Epiphany (Epiphany Professional Development Blog)

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Remember the old PSA (public service announcement) “Like father, like son” where the son mimics everything the father does? Driving the car, washing the car, to ultimately picking up his father’s pack of cigarettes after dad lights up, the son watches, and subsequently mimics, the father’s behavior.

It’s important for leaders to be conscious of this dynamic of influence on others behaviors – because they’re watching. They are watching how...
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Failing Forward

Posted 04-24-2012 at 11:22 PM by Epiphany (Epiphany Professional Development Blog)

In our culture, failure is often viewed in a negative way – something to be avoided at all cost. When was the last time you failed?

When was the last time you fell short, didn’t measure up or simply were unable to accomplish what you set out to do?

If the answer to these questions is, well never, or I can't recall – that’s unfortunate. It’s by failure that we have the opportunity to learn and to grow as individuals and within disciplines. People who never fail, in...
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