Playing to Win: Secrets to Success

October 18, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

I will be moderating a panel at the Four Seasons Hotel in Denver on October 26th at 7:30 – go to www.ctlf.org for more info.

The topic is “Playing to Win”. It is about the secrets to success from a college president to an entrepreneur who succeeding against all odds.

I pushed back on the invitation at first – “I think I define success a bit differently than most business people,” I explained. The program organizer said, “That’s why I want you on this panel!”

Who knows what I’ll say but it will start with defining what success or winning means. Then we will talk about what has worked and not worked in terms of being successful.

I am definitely more quality to talk about failure though. After age 30 I don’t think we learn much new and certainly don’t transform as a result of our successes-but failure, if you take responsibility for your part, if often leads to breakthroughs.

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Executive coach, top team facilitator, author and speaker. I work with individual leaders and their teams to help navigate personal and professional transitions and to increase leadership capacity and improve communication and relationship skills. I founded my coaching firm in 2001 following 12 years asa CEO. Check out more on me and my coaching process in my book "The Business of Wanting More: Why Some Executives Move from Success to Fulfillment and Others Don't"

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