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Identify Why

In his book, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action, author and leadership expert, Simon Sinek explains that people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it! Many times, we want “buy-in” from management and we haven’t even identified...

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Building Buy-In

It happens every time we deliver training. We talk with graduates that are incredibly excited about what they just learned. But then excitement is replaced with frustration, as they believe they do not have the support of their organization’s leadership. We’re asked...

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The Complete Matrix Trilogy

Computer programmer, Mr. Anderson, is living in a world that’s not real – it’s an illusion. This “not real” world is called “the matrix”. This 3-part journey centers on Mr. Anderson growing up - as it were – embracing his truth and saving the (real) world. Ask any of...

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The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

We make agreements everyday. We make agreements with ourselves. We make agreements with those around us. Agreements can be deeply personal and play big part in our lives. A wedding ceremony is, in essence, an “agreement” ceremony. “Do you take…?” “I do.” Some...

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Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers

There are two books that we continuously recommend in our introductory peer support / crisis training – and Dr. Sapolsky’s, “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers” is one of them. Our crisis supporters don’t need to be neuroscientists, but having a slight understanding (even if...

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Connect with a Vet

Hi Everyone, I want you to meet my dear friend (and Air Force veteran) Julie Lecea. Julie is one of those friends you feel like you've known for years!!  Her loving spirit and deep passion for wisdom is unmatched.  Julie and I were talking about blogging and...

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Abba’s Child: The Cry of the Heart for Intimate Belonging

I read a workbook once that quickly outlined the “6 A’s” every child needs. The list was pushed to the bottom of the page and rarely referenced again. The workbook was about surviving emotional abuse – something I work with quite a lot. I thumbed through the pages...

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The Arch

The image associated with Crisis Support Solutions is an arch, the epitome of strength and support. Our trainings are designed to increase your knowledge and skills, building a strong response – capable of supporting those in need.