MUSINGS

Ideas and inspiration from what I’m
watching, reading and researching.

Vision

Having vision is not about sight, it’s about how you perceive and interact with your reality, whatever that may be.  It’s about taking advantage of the time you have right here, right now.  And discerning what is important and what is not.  If you’re having…

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Worry

Turn worry into curiosity > discovery > strategy > innovation.

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Crying SEO

Stress is real. Tears are a healthy coping mechanism. And had the crying CEO* consulted me, I would have said “make it short and sweet and NOT about you”.

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“Can’t of Coke”

When coaching executives, one point I try to drive home is don’t be a “Can’t of Coke”. What does this mean? Just because the voice inside your head is saying you “can’t do it” with a long list of reasons why it won’t work, challenge…

> READ ARTICLE

How to survive Thanksgiving dinner family and their different “opinions”

Wondering how to avoid heated discussions this holiday season? Try watching “All in the Family” created by Norman Lear in 1971. The principal character, Archie Bunker, mocks or belittles minorities and ethnic groups over 9 seasons in 205 episodes. His wife, Edith, is submissive, eager…

> READ ARTICLE

Top-3 Tips for Managing Change in Trying Times

Jennifer Bush, is president and CEO of JB Advisors Inc. and a trusted advisor to senior leaders in philanthropy in the United States. Jennifer helps achieve clarity & confidence in their day-to-day operations. JB Advisors Inc. helps transform ideas into action, build roadmaps to success,…

> READ ARTICLE

Understanding trusts

Trusts can be difficult to get your head around. Check out George Clooney movie The Descendants. A land baron discovers that a trust holding 25,000 acres of land in Hawaii for his family will soon be coming to an end, and they have some important…

> READ ARTICLE

Sibling wars

As in all families, some siblings get along, while others have the occasional falling out. If you’re having brother or sister troubles in your family business, here are two movies and a book that could inspire you to sort things out! Already a modern classic, Disney…

> READ ARTICLE

Transitions of power

Family businesses are among many of the world’s most powerful companies. But how do they approach the transition of their businesses and the wealth between generations? Check out these three… France – Bienvenueen Suisse gives a comedic look to family business life, showing the importance…

> READ ARTICLE

Global family business

Learning about family business doesn’t always have to come from textbooks. Let’s keep it entertaining with a glimpse at family businesses around the world. Discover the close relationship between business, family, community and country, through the eyes of South African shopkeeper-philosopher Clive Stillerman, in the…

> READ ARTICLE

Vision

Having vision is not about sight, it’s about how you perceive and interact with your reality, whatever that may be.  It’s about taking advantage of the time you have right here, right now.  And discerning what is important and what is not.  If you’re having…

> READ ARTICLE

Worry

Turn worry into curiosity > discovery > strategy > innovation.

> READ ARTICLE

Crying SEO

Stress is real. Tears are a healthy coping mechanism. And had the crying CEO* consulted me, I would have said “make it short and sweet and NOT about you”.

> READ ARTICLE

“Can’t of Coke”

When coaching executives, one point I try to drive home is don’t be a “Can’t of Coke”. What does this mean? Just because the voice inside your head is saying you “can’t do it” with a long list of reasons why it won’t work, challenge…

> READ ARTICLE

How to survive Thanksgiving dinner family and their different “opinions”

Wondering how to avoid heated discussions this holiday season? Try watching “All in the Family” created by Norman Lear in 1971. The principal character, Archie Bunker, mocks or belittles minorities and ethnic groups over 9 seasons in 205 episodes. His wife, Edith, is submissive, eager…

> READ ARTICLE

Top-3 Tips for Managing Change in Trying Times

Jennifer Bush, is president and CEO of JB Advisors Inc. and a trusted advisor to senior leaders in philanthropy in the United States. Jennifer helps achieve clarity & confidence in their day-to-day operations. JB Advisors Inc. helps transform ideas into action, build roadmaps to success,…

> READ ARTICLE

Understanding trusts

Trusts can be difficult to get your head around. Check out George Clooney movie The Descendants. A land baron discovers that a trust holding 25,000 acres of land in Hawaii for his family will soon be coming to an end, and they have some important…

> READ ARTICLE

Sibling wars

As in all families, some siblings get along, while others have the occasional falling out. If you’re having brother or sister troubles in your family business, here are two movies and a book that could inspire you to sort things out! Already a modern classic, Disney…

> READ ARTICLE

Transitions of power

Family businesses are among many of the world’s most powerful companies. But how do they approach the transition of their businesses and the wealth between generations? Check out these three… France – Bienvenueen Suisse gives a comedic look to family business life, showing the importance…

> READ ARTICLE

Global family business

Learning about family business doesn’t always have to come from textbooks. Let’s keep it entertaining with a glimpse at family businesses around the world. Discover the close relationship between business, family, community and country, through the eyes of South African shopkeeper-philosopher Clive Stillerman, in the…

> READ ARTICLE