When used as a verb, “lurch” is usually defined something like this: “1. To stagger. 2. To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically.” When the word refers to an act, it refers to something that is observably opportunistic. That is to say, something that is, at minimum, seeking an edge, an advantage, an opening, a [...]
That’s the gorgeous Leilani Henry you see at left. And that’s merely how she looks. Wait until you get a peek at her brain (figuratively speaking, of course)!
You’ll be gazing at hyper-energetic “command central” for one of the new LEAP! book’s greatest fans.
She’s ecstatic that the LEAP! psychology, strategy and tactics have now been articulated [...]
And she only had two hours to get the job done!
Here’s how she did it:
She chose as her “tool for insight” Brain Technologies’ popular mCircle assessment product for introducing people to how their way of resolving conflicts can limit the kind of games they can play. For example, if you resolve most conflicts by [...]
These are high-pressure times, especially if you are faced with a constant need to make quality LEAP!s, and few groups are feeling it more than today’s newly arrived freshmen classes on our college campuses.
John Pryor, director of UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute’s Cooperative Institutional Research Program, told U.S. News and World Report that this year’s [...]
The e-mail message we received the other day read:
When I was a pastor about 20 miles south of Charlotte, NC, I received a mail-out from you when you were in Colorado. I ordered (and still have) your original plastic-ring, self-published version of your work, Strategy of the Dolphin, and soon thereafter, I was moved [...]