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Thanks to my clients, I get to travel the world. I’ve learned to stop and look around and bring my iPhone with me. Here are some of the things I’ve thought about along the way. If the website has a home-spun feel, I’ve taken nearly all photos and usually don’t have my “real” camera with me.

The storm had moved out to sea and the shoreline on the eastern Cape of South Africa boasted the largest waves in years. We almost missed the herd of ostriches on our left. We pulled over. The countryside was intensely green and peaceful…

We all know an elephant in the room is bad, right? But there are many kinds of elephants. This one, an old bull ambled up to the jeep (this is not a telephoto shot, and it’s my old iPhone). We were in his path, but no problem. He gave us about a foot…

I’m sitting with my husband on a remote Greek Island. The water lapping at our feet, ignoring the occasional waft of sewage in the air that drifts our way.  But the food…. I took a bite of my bread. It was fabulous!  “OMG. This is the best bread…

In the coaching and leadership world, where our organizations are global, we try to be culturally competent. But are we? Do we see past ourselves?