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Leadership Skills Training Expert Debbra Sweet Speaks on Growing Business by Referrals

By | February 3rd, 2015|business, Business Development, Business Growth, Business Networking, leadership, Leadership Skill Sets, Marketing, Marketing Consultant, marketing event|

This Thursday, February 5th, Debbra Sweet will be one of the featured speakers at the upcoming BNI San Diego Event in recognition of International Networking Week 2015.

Yesterday kicked off the 2015 International Networking Week, filled with events taking place globally to recognize the impact that word of mouth networking (referrals) has had in the businessbusiness-card-exchange community.

Part of that global celebration includes a local event taking […]

Lead Yourself, Lead Others, Lead the Leaders

By | January 26th, 2015|Business Development, Business Growth, Health & Wellness, Leadership Development, Leadership Skill Sets, self development, Weight Loss|

Lead Yourself Debbra Sweet 1It’s almost the end of January of 2015, and I’ve finally decided what my ‘theme of the year’ is going to be.

For me, this is a saying I’ve vocalized for many years now. Just not everyone has heard it yet. 🙂

This theme is more than just a focused statement for me though. It’s a value based approach I’ve lived […]

20 Things You Didn’t Know About Me

By | January 2nd, 2015|Leadership Skill Sets, Marketing Consultant, Mindset, Personal Growth, self development, Self Improvement|

As we kick of this year of 2015, I thought I would share a few ‘unknown’ tidbits about myself.   The past couple years as I’ve finished rehabilitating from my severe traumatic brain injury, I’ve not publicly blogged much.  Offline, I have been writing and documenting my journey. (There’s much to share.)

The best leaders are transparent- so the sharing below, simply thought, would be fun to let you know some trivia about

2014 Focus: Alignment and Passion

By | January 10th, 2014|leadership|

If you read through my blog, you will discover that each year, not only do I do my personal and business goal planning, I also have a long history of starting each new year with a “Word of the Year” or a “Quote of the Year”. I do not really recall where and when I started to do this.  It’s just always been a part of what I do.

This year, 2014,  my Word of the […]

The Rouse of the Rooster- Insights to Discipline in Leadership

By | January 2nd, 2013|business, leadership, Leadership Development, Leadership Skill Sets, Mindset, Personal Growth, Prosperity, self development, Self Improvement, Servant Leadership|

When I get up, which often is in the wee hours of the morning, before the sun rises, I can hear the roosters in my 220px-Rooster_portrait2neighborhood doing their job of crowing.

It is interesting to me to hear them so proudly and fervently sing their rooster songs each morning. They are consistent and passionate about their crowing. It reminds me of how to continue to […]

Word of the Year 2013: Discipline

By | January 1st, 2013|business, God, Leadership Development, Leadership Skill Sets, Mindset, Personal Growth, Prosperity, self development, Self Improvement, Success|

Each year, I seem to identify with a specific word or a specific phrase that becomes my personal mantra Discipline2for the year.

It’s not so much that this is a mantra, it is more like a focal point that ties in with personal, business and spiritual goals I have for the year.

This year’s word is discipline.

When most people hear the word discipline the first thing that […]

Life Under the Brim- Part 2: Perspective.

By | November 21st, 2012|Leadership Development, Leadership Skill Sets, Mindset, Personal Growth, self development, Self Improvement, Servant Leadership|

As I continue to experience life from underneath the brim of wearing hats, it is interesting to see the literal change of perspective that occurs by simply placing the hat on. Each hat style, shape, color and even materialhats they are made from effects my field of view.

The hats I had to wear over the summer had to have wide brims that not […]

The Leader of the Band

By | October 24th, 2012|leadership, Servant Leadership|

Mid Oct, 2012, one of the most influential mentors, teachers, a friend, was laid to rest.   It had been known for a247311_10152140902075464_2108242698_n few years now that he was sick – and true to form, up until this change of his season in life, he chose to live a life with vibrancy, passion and a love for helping others see their potential and then […]

Life Beneath the Brim- the Tip of Respect

By | October 9th, 2012|Abundance, business, Leadership Development, Leadership Skill Sets, Mindset, Personal Growth, Prosperity, self development, Self Improvement, Servant Leadership, Success|

This summer I had to start wearing hats is part of my daily wardrobe. I’ve enjoyed many observations from beneath the Brim. Beneath the Brim  Today’s post is part one of my sharing.

When I was younger I used to wear hats from time to time by choice. I had different styles and most of them were elegant ladies hats that […]

Money Motivated or Financially Focused?

By | September 26th, 2012|Abundance, business, leadership, Leadership Development, Leadership Skill Sets, Mindset, Personal Growth, Prosperity, self development, Self Improvement, Servant Leadership|

This summer I took my boys on a cross country train trip to visit family for a while. It was an interesting trip. Over the years I have had the chance to travel a decent amount however this was my first long distance train trip.

Many people ask me how the trip was and my answer is always introflective (yes this is a Deb word: introspective and reflective).  It was very interesting and worth […]