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Today's 40for40 post is another focused on leadership, people, and perhaps, life in general. I am writing to encourage you with what I hope will be a personal moment of clarity, so buckle up as I'm not holding back on this one. Okay, here goes; make sure that you read...

...life's ultimate tests and trials can lead to a tremendous testimony of perseverance that would not have been possible without the test.

This "40-for-40" post is all about staying positive when things get tough along the career journey, and remembering that as long as you are moving forward, each step gets you closer to your arrival "... there."

December 17, 2018

Have you ever heard the sentiment that our plans equals God's laughter? Put another way, sometimes the best made plans are just that...plans. Earlier this year when I relaunched the MillerIgnites.com site, I had every intention to complete the 40-for-40 series on leade...

Who are you? What are you doing to accomplish your goals? When will you have achieved success? Where do you want to be in 5, 10, 15 years? Why are you here? (Motivation) One of the most important first steps towards success in business and life is examining these ques...

Whether its "good" or "bad,” we all have influence. This is a lesson I'm currently working hard to impress upon my 6-year-old son. Recently, he got the dreaded "note home" after a not so great behavior day at summer camp. When I addressed the issue and asked him, ...

July 4, 2018

This 40 for 40 entry is the first of several amuse-bouches (bite-sized hors d’œuvres) that I'll sprinkle in throughout the series occasionally.  Here's today's serving: Channel or Reservoir: What type of Leader are you?

What are you; a channel or a reservoir?  Channels...

We've all been there, right? If you're anything like me then you've probably at least considered passing along that 8th pair of hideous socks, underwear, or tie you received as a birthday or holiday present. If not that, then I can nearly guarantee that you've at least...

For years,  a full decade to be exact,  I taught the advanced direct practice course for students who were pursuing their Master of Social Work degree. In the course we focused on group psychotherapy and teaching students the importance of "being present" while leading...

This 40 for 40 post, that begins with a description of a simple microphone,  discusses mentoring.  Anyone who knows me could guess that it's something that's very important to me, because I use my microphone often to tout the benefits of mentoring.

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