Posts by LisaMarie

Blind Spots and How Having Your Own Super Hero Can Help

Even the most driven and success-minded leaders have blind spots. The good news is there’s often a cure for any given ailment. In my business, I’ve found it comes in the form of people who have x-ray vision – the ability to see beyond what is visible. One of my favorite cartoons growing up was “Super…

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Fear or Faith – What is Your Mindset Feeding?

The Roadmap to Stratospheric Success allows you to get what you want without having to change who you are. As you embark on your journey, the 7 Pillars of Influential Leadership™ enable you to create a strong foundation. You also need healthy internal movements to strengthen your external structure. This will result in you having…

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Why Asking Great Questions is Key to an Effective Plan

“Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” — Warren Buffet The 1st pillar in my 7 Pillars of Leadership is: Great leaders – or leaders worth following – start with a written plan. To create an effective plan, they understand the importance of asking great questions and making asks…

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Why Being a Vulnerable Leader is a Good Thing

When I first started to write my newsletter, I avoided writing anything that was vulnerable. While I wrote about my personal experiences, in my head I made up a story that people wouldn’t see me as successful if I was transparent.  And, if they didn’t see me as successful, they wouldn’t like me let alone…

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Are You Tired of Going it Alone?

I fell in love with Sandra Day O’Connor in 1991 when she was appointed to the Supreme Court by then President Ronald Reagan. As the 1st woman to serve on the court, I felt somehow secretly connected to her. Over the years, I watched how the media criticized her every move in ways that were different…

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Decisions – Why You Need Your Head and Your Heart Involved

By definition, the human heart is “a hollow muscular organ that pumps the blood through the circulatory system by rhythmic contraction and dilation.” In 7th grade science class, I learned human beings have a four-chambered heart, made up of two atria and two ventricles. The heart is also defined as “the central or innermost part of…

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