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Who am I?
My passion for leading began as an athlete in high school, and being part of a team that depended on me showing up and leading myself. Attending the United States Military Academy as part of the second class of women, ignited my desire to earn the respect of those I would lead by being a person of character and competence. After 31 years of leading teams in the Army, I wanted to continue to serve and lead by sharing my leadership lessons learned and expertise gained from those years of service with the corporate sector. To whom much is given, much is expected.
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Why did Rebecca love this book?
As a leader, I struggled with what I thought was work-life balance, both in concept and action. Even though I was having a highly successful military career, I was in a health rut.
This book illustrated compelling examples that what I really needed to maintain my leadership momentum was to manage my energy, not my time. This book reminded me that I must keep my physical, mental/emotional, and spiritual tanks from going empty. I applied these concepts in my own life, as well as share them in my leadership speaking and writing.
I discovered I needed to establish a PBR (Personal Battle Rhythm) in the areas of PMS (Physical, Mental, Spiritual) energy and priorities. It has served as a profound life and leadership coaching tool.