Welcome to BlogNotions' Leadership Blog

The BlogNotions Leadership Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the Leadership industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling advice, knowledge and strategies. As well as the best practices and resources for management and individuals who want to grow as leaders and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

3 Things to Remember When Pride Calls Your Name

Every human on the planet will be tempted by pride. Behind that little word is a fire that has the power to destroy potential, character, callings, and lives. Below are three critical things to remember, when pride woos you: Your calling can become your idol if you let it You were born with unique gifts […]

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Great Leaders Stand Up and Take Responsibility

Guest post from Lloyd “Skip“ Amstrup: Imagine you are sitting in your office when your assistant rushes in to tell you that your security system has been breached. Sensitive customer information has been compromised. You get a chill down your spine, as you struggle to maintain your composer. Your assistant dreaded having to make this […]

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How Being Impulsive Can Change your Life for the Better

As we grow up, we’re taught, “Don’t act impulsively! Think things through before you do something you’ll regret!” That’s not always good advice. Being impulsive isn’t intrinsically bad and in fact, can transform your life and relationships in positive and meaningful ways.  Instead of avoiding things we might regret when acting on impulse, what about […]

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Dear Natalie: How Do You Deal With Overwhelm?

Emails piling up. Back-to-back calls that barely leave you time for a cup of soup. Clients making “small requests” that require huge effort on your end. Team members missing deadlines, or needing piles of feedback, outlines, and notes. Loved ones asking for your time and attention when you’ve barely had a moment to shower, let […]

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The Right to Work Place Inspiration

Guest post from regular contributor S. Chris Edmonds: You’ve heard of them. KPIs. Key performance indicators. If I were to ask you to list your company’s top five key performance indicators, you’d probably be able to tell me at least a few of them. However, there may be some that are unclear. If you are a […]

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10 Reasons Strategic Fairness is Worth Your Effort

We’ve all been there… When our boss hires a friend: Then the friend leverages that relationship to charm their way out of responsibility and accountability. When laws are created for the good of all: But certain groups are consistently exempt from the law. When an executive relocates: Inconsistency is unfair and confusing.  It creates stress, erodes trust, […]

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Engagement and Growth: Begins with a Balanced Culture

I recently visited a high school that has invested years teaching their students to be activists. While that effort alone is impressive.  The uncommon skill they are teaching, and modeling for the students is even more so. Through instruction and experience, their students are learning that a healthy culture is a balanced culture.  And that […]

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Our Brand New She Takes on the World Website is Here!

Pop the kombucha! It finally happened: the new She Takes on The World rebrand has officially arrived! The virtual red ribbon has been cut, and we’re so excited to welcome you with new free gifts, reimagined offerings like 1-on-1 packages with me, and much more. Get all the gorgeous details in this little welcome video: […]

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#MeToo

This week was one I won’t soon forget. It was a simple hashtag that swept the internet – it could be seen on every social media platform, across a huge span of women and some men: #Metoo. The movement was started by Alyssa Milano, who asked women on Twitter to tweet “Me too” if they’d […]

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On Superhuman Surrender

Last week I had the wildest experience of my life at the beach — and I wanted to make sure I shared it with you right away. With our big launch edging ever-closer, I’ve spent the past month or so stuck inside and glued to my laptop, and last week I was officially worn out. […]

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