February 05, 2024

Who Is Move Mountains?

Our Move Mountain Community is amazing! From Entrepreneurs, CEOs, Managers, high-level thought leaders, moms, dads, and everyone in between, we are so excited to share our new services and are even more excited to have you all on board. So after 10 years, who is Move Mountains? Well, Move Mountains is a boutique coaching and […]

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We are excited to announce that Move Mountains is celebrating ten years in business this January! Some highlights from the past ten years: Move Mountains has created a legacy brand that our clients trust and consistently return to. Move Mountains exists to leave the world better than we found it, and we accomplish this one […]

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June 20, 2022

Balance in the Basin

Is it hard to make new friends in Tahoe, to connect with like-minded people, and do we see neighborly kindness, interactions, and familiarities in the same way we might expect in a small town or a friendly suburban area? This interactive, discussion-based workshop will raise all of these questions and more – and provide you with a chance to actually connect with like-minded, curious, and friendly folks. We’ll be talking about community and living it. We look forward to seeing you there!  

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This interactive, discussion-based workshop will explore all these questions and more.  We’ll apply a Mindful Leadership approach to examining the issues and your responses and choices, and we’ll deconstruct how mindsets

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The last few years have brought many of us enormous changes in how we show up to work, lead, ‘commute’, collaborate, and engage with our teams.

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April 19, 2022

Using The Map – Drivers

In our last post, we talked about the first three waypoints of the mindful leadership map: Safety, Connection, and Dignity as basic human needs that must be met. This week we discuss the latter three.  Safety Connection Dignity Purpose Mastery Autonomy  Purpose, Mastery, and Autonomy are Human Performance Drivers. They are important to the human […]

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November 16, 2021

Using The Map – Waypoints

As a leader, you have the power to build up or to break down the people around you. People need and desire a few key ingredients to survive and thrive. The way you give or take away these ingredients determines whether you bring out the best or the worst in the people around you. So […]

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Whether you consider yourself a saint of honesty or you don’t mind bending the truth, we are all in the same boat: We lie to ourselves.  In fact, we lie with an alarming frequency and with great efficacy.  Research done on patients with damage to their occipital lobe shows just how good we are at […]

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The Spotlight Effect shows us one of the greatest limitations of our own psychology.  Imagine being in an office building with the power out. It’s pitch black – so dark you can’t see your hand in front of your face. You fumble around and find a flashlight that you turn on and start looking around. […]

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Using Blindspot Discovery for Real Behavioral Change. Why can you say, and genuinely mean, “I don’t want to eat that cake,” but end up eating it anyway?  If there is only one person making decisions, what the heck are we doing? Choosing what you want to do should be easy… shouldn’t it?  The difference between […]

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