Just as every pivot is different, so is each pivoter’s ritual. Some people meditate, and others choose simple, quiet contemplation. Whereas you might begin your ritual with a morning run, another person might begin his or hers with journaling and a cup of tea. In order for a ritual to work, though, you need to… Read more »

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I’m excited to introduce to you Donna Steinhorn, an Executive, Mentor and Life coach with more than 30 years of corporate and business experience. Donna and I are both members on the Transformational Leadership Council (TLC) and therefore share a common perspective on “the human condition” as she refers to it. Donna shares her “pivot”… Read more »

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According to Jewish law, at the age of thirteen a boy becomes a man and is accountable for his actions—he becomes a bar mitzvah and a full member of the Jewish community. At the time I became a teenager that meant attending Hebrew school regularly to prepare for my bar mitzvah ceremony. Hebrew school would… Read more »

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If you’ve ever tried to start a new habit, such as exercising or eating better, you have firsthand experience with habits. You also know how difficult it can be—in fact, it can seem downright impossible at times. Yet forming new habits is critical to pivoting. In fact, you must change your habits in order to… Read more »

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