Monthly Catalysts for Purposeful Change

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COACH MKay’s Catalyst Methodology

Communication is the catalyst for creating meaningful change that has Purpose, strengthens People, improves Process, and boosts Performance

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This Month’s Catalysts

New Beginnings

When you hear the word SPRING, what comes to mind? Day light savings, flowers

From the Blog

A Terrific New Day!

Last month I received an email following my blog post, “New Year….” and it made me reflect on many things. First, I write from the heart on things that are happening in my professional world

  • What's Important to You?

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.” – Unknown

Did you set a goal for the New Year? In the early days of teaching for Dale Carnegie Training®, I learned that only 3% of the population set goals, but of those who identify their

Finding the Humor

When something challenging happens, what’s the first reaction you have? There have been times when I would have laughed and found the humor, I would have asked, “What’s the worst that can possibly happen?” as