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  • Don’t Jump Off A Bridge: Decency Matters

    My parents always told me to treat people with consideration, compassion and respect. That guidance was occasionally amended to include – “whether they deserve it or not.” That has always served me and I try to do it, tried to… Read More

  • The Name of the Game: Agility & Flexibility

    Way back at the beginning of the year, you probably thought that things in your life were happening at a pretty rapid pace. By March however, Covid19 was playing a major role in the United States and the amount of… Read More

  • What I Learned & Relearned from Moving

    My recent move has been an opportunity to learn and be reminded of things I had learned but had forgotten. I have a lot more than I thought: Things I treasure, stuff that I don’t use and possessions I don’t… Read More

  • The impact of choosing your words.

    I really like it when insight strikes both me and my client at the same time. It happened recently: It’s no secret that we are experiencing major disruptions in our lives right now. My work focuses on goals and objectives,… Read More

  • We Are Moving!

    As of August 1, 2020 the Daniels & Assocaites office phone number will no longer be in service. The new phone number is 215-771-5683. As of August 4, 2020 the new mailing address is 2229 39th P1 NW, Washington, DC… Read More

  • Something Needs to Change

    Change a Person or Change the System? Yes. Like so many of you, I have been thinking a lot about change over the last month. In several of the discussions I’ve facilitated or participated in, it often comes around to individual… Read More

  • Before I Go – Let Me Dump & Run!

    In a meeting with about 10 minutes left, the other person says: I’ve decided to quit. I was really upset about something that happened last week. I’m leaving my partner. This will be our last meeting. My boss did something… Read More

  • How’s Your Crystal Ball?

    Now that the US has begun the process of reopening, we are seeing a wide variety of predictions about the “New Normal.” Sports will take place without fans. Waves from a safe distance apart will replace a handshake. Happy hour… Read More

  • New Might Be Better

    Traditionally, January 1 is the time for new beginnings. The New Year is often filled with resolutions for new goals and different behaviors. For other people, it’s September, when the new school year comes with a new teacher and hope for… Read More

  • Half Full

    A few years ago, while conducting a management development training program, the topic was our individual perception of the world and the impact that it has on job satisfaction and workplace culture. Tossed around was the phrase “seeing the glass… Read More