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The Interconnectedness of ALL things

By katharinel | Jul 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

As my husband and I were driving to the climbing gym Monday evening, the thought came to me that my life (or the life of someone I love) could completely change in a single moment… accident, illness, job loss, divorce, etc.  While this wasn’t a new thought, the magnitude of it hit me in a…

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Enjoying the Journey to Success

By Juan Carlos Tafur-Mejia | Jul 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
Define Success On Your Own Terms with Katherine Lavenhagen

Believing success to be a destination, Vickie worked hard to achieve what she thought success to be… a certain level of income, amount of property, and accumulation of wealth. When she arrived at this destination, she was surprised to find out that it wasn’t what she thought it would be. This discovery took Vickie down…

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Moving with the Music

By katharinel | Jul 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

I went to see Dark Star Orchestra (DSO) over the weekend at Red Rocks. If you haven’t heard of them, they are a band that recreates Grateful Dead concert experiences. On Sunday night, they recreated the Grateful Dead’s legendary Red Rocks show from July 8, 1978, on its 40th anniversary.  It was quite an experience.…

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Following Your Soul’s Path

By Juan Carlos Tafur-Mejia | Jul 11, 2018 | 0 Comments
Define Success On Your Own Terms with Katherine Lavenhagen

Have you ever felt a soul connection with someone? That is how I felt when I met Kristen when I was living in Gainesville, FL. Kristen and I would take long walks together and talk about the meaning of life and what really mattered to us. Needless to say, our friendship flourished and we stayed…

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Rebuilding

By katharinel | Jul 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Deep down I knew my life wasn’t working. But… I didn’t know how to fix it. My marriage wasn’t working. My job wasn’t working. My chosen career path wasn’t working. My life wasn’t working. It appeared fine on the surface level, but there was a gaping crack underneath. I could feel it. So… I did…

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Spending time with family

By katharinel | Jun 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

I’m spending this week with family… and really appreciating the time to connect with certain family members that I don’t get to see very often. It has me reflecting on how much I value and appreciate family. It hasn’t always been this way. Family used to cause me a great deal of stress and anxiety,…

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Pursuing Your Passion

By Juan Carlos Tafur-Mejia | Jun 28, 2018 | 0 Comments
Define Success On Your Own Terms with Katherine Lavenhagen

I met Michelle hiking on the Appalachian Trail during the summer of 2016. We had both quit our corporate jobs in the accounting/finance worlds to pursue our passions. Michelle and her husband Tony created MJER help to do just this! MJER help is a local and organic food service Company created to provide healthy meals…

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Walking through Open Doors

By Juan Carlos Tafur-Mejia | Jun 28, 2018 | 0 Comments
Define Success On Your Own Terms with Katherine Lavenhagen

How does a person get to become the Vice President and CFO of one of the largest universities in the country? By walking through open doors. Mike McKee started his career as an auditor with the Auditor General and a series of life events led him through one door… and then another, until he entered…

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Connecting with Others

By katharinel | Jun 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

I’m back home after my last leadership retreat. I gave it my all. My head and heart are whirling with all kinds of thoughts and emotions. It’s going to take some time to process everything and integrate it into my life. When I left for retreat last Tuesday, my energy was low and I was…

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Leaving it all on the field

By katharinel | Jun 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

I’m getting ready to leave for California for my last leadership retreat. For those of you who may not know this, I’m completing a 10-month long leadership program through the Coaches Training Institute. This is the last of four, week long, retreats. It’s hard to believe that this program I started in September is coming…

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