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Coaching vs Therapy

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If you want to jump off a bridge, call a therapist.  If you want to cross a bridge, call a coach. People, including a lot of coaches and therapists, don’t really know what the differences are between coaching and therapy.  In my opinion, there are many reasons that there is so much confusion.  The main reason that I think there …

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I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now

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Have you ever said that to yourself? I have. It really hit me between the eyes when I first read Tribal Leadership. You see, before becoming an executive coach I was a hospital executive for twenty years. I left that profession in 1995, following a merger, an acquisition, and a sale of three different hospitals in ten years. I was …

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Unconditional Listening

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This past year, Dave and I attended Warren Bennis’ memorial service. Great leaders and great friends spoke, ranging in age from early 20s to late 70s, and all of them said a variant of the same thing. They felt better, smarter and more inspired after spending time with Warren. He didn’t come to meetings with his great ideas, leadership models, …

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10 Tips For Living An Extraordinary Life

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People tell me that they think I get to live an extraordinary life. I think I do, too. I’m extremely lucky, but I think that most of my luck is due to my habits, my beliefs and my attitude. Here are my top 10 tips for living an extraordinary life: Be Kind. Kindness is a choice that generally affects outcomes …

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What Happens After the Hero’s Journey

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By Dr. Dehra A. Glueck, MD. Has this ever happened to you? I recently had a one-hour meeting where the convener spent the first 45 minutes telling everyone how wonderful and connected and important he is in our community. I remember thinking: “Really?!? Because after all the time spent on your self-congratulatory rant, we’ve only got 15 minutes to get …

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Tribal Values Matter…Even In Hollywood

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Last December, when Sony was hacked and their emails revealed, I went out on a limb with a prediction that the individuals in leadership at Sony would not survive in their positions. This prediction was reported in the Hollywood Reporter and LA Times. In a second interview for the Hollywood Reporter, I said that I still doubted the people at …

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My Dream Job

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I never had dreams of growing up to be a CEO, at CultureSync or anywhere else. When I was a little girl, I wanted to be a doctor, an archaeologist, the President or a princess. I was pre-med at UCLA and got a degree in chemistry, but never quite made it to medical school. I got married and had a …

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How Going to the Dentist Can Save Your Business

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In July of 2014 I went to the dentist for a regular cleaning. He took one look at the underside of my tongue and turned white. “That looks like cancer!” he said, and ordered me to have it biopsied right away. (Spoiler alert: I’m now fine and cancer-free.) What happened next was a crash course in treating the disease, and …

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Dreams, Crucibles & Hot Coals – Rainmakers Dinner LA

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Our last Tribal Rainmakers dinner (held at the amazing Hatfield’s in Hollywood) was an exceptional one. In the midst of Dave’s latest crucible, we were able to all gather, share and experience the energy of this elite tribe of Rainmakers. Dave started the evening by giving us an update on Harte and everyone offered their kindness, friendship and support, which …

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It Was A Good Day

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It was a good day. Harte’s oncologist didn’t have to remove as much tissue as he expected,so he and the plastic surgeon were able to use a donor tissue graft instead of transplanting tissue from her arm. Without the transplant, they didn’t need a skin graft from her leg to close her arm. The smaller amount of work in her …

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