• S = Still (intentional inactivity)


    the letter “S” in our word of the month (REST) stands for still. Yes, I am suggesting you carve out a few minutes each and every day to actually sit still. Similar to a meditation activity, you can benefit immensely by closing your eyes, sitting comfortably, breathing deeply and just being still. For many of […]

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  • R = Recreation (recreate your energy)


    The letter “R” in our word of the month (REST) stands for recreation. The root of the word recreation is “recreate.” This means, to my way of thinking, it is expected that we have to recreate our energy from time to time. Just because we are in the early part of a brand new year […]

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  • The Pumpkin Plan

       Mike Michalowicz, author of the popular book, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, has done it again. By which I mean, penned a book full of valuable advice and loaded with doable steps. The Pumpkin Plan is ripe for the picking … okay, that was a sad pun, but I couldn’t resist. For any of us […]

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  • Bethel University in the news

    I’m thrilled to see Bethel University’s MBA program being featured in the May 2012 Twin City Business Magazine. In particular, they differentiate themselves with the addition of professional, leadership development coaching for their MBA students. I’ve enjoyed my work with them and can recommend them without hesitation. Twin Cities Business Magazine – Learning to Get […]

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  • Welcome to CorSpective! Where Courage Meets Perspective

    Listen in to hear Barb Dusek, the founder of CorSpective tell her story: [audio:http://corspective.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/CorSpective-Intro.mp3|titles=CorSpective Introduction] Greetings, Thanks for taking a minute to stop by. I’m Barb Dusek, Founder of CorSpective. CorSpective is all about seeing people enjoy a satisfying work experience. I’ve watched people, in their work environment, literally since I was in grade school. […]

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