5 results for author: Karen Brown


What You Resist Not Only Persists, it GROWS Until You Deal With It

What is your biggest challenge right now? Is it what you are resisting most? This is almost always the case. Here’s why: The unconscious mind is responsible for all Learning, Behavior and Change. Not your conscious mind. Not you telling yourself over and ...
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What I Learned About Leadership Through Ironman: The Power of a Coach

When I decided to pursue a big, hairy, audacious goal of competing in the Ironman World Championships as an amateur, non-triathlete, my first thought was, “I’m pursuing something I’ve never done before, perhaps I should enlist the help of a professional ...
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What Leaders Can Learn From the Poker Princess

I was fortunate enough to hear Molly Bloom speak in Denver. Already being familiar with her book and movie and some research done on my own, I learned some profound things that elevates leadership. While I won’t spoil the movie, know that the Molly Bloom I ...
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One Powerful “What if?” Exercise to Find Solutions

"What if" questions are a powerful tool in the arsenal of unlocking higher performance, particularly in leadership. Often we find ourselves in situations where "what if" questions can literally unlock new ideas and eventually solutions. Consider how often ...
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Expect the Unexpected: Leadership Building in the Midst of Real Life

Oscar Wilde taught us to "expect the unexpected," and while we will say this phrase a lot, we don’t always think about what it means to truly not be surprised by an unusual event. Now this may seem straight forward, but let’s look deeper. I see unexpected ...
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