• terry lige father son

    In Remembrance

    As you all know we have just commemorated Remembrance Day. It is an opportunity to reflect on those men and women that fought for our freedom in past wars. I noticed on Facebook that my motivational message was the statement, ‘I remember who my people are; I do not take them for granted.’ In keeping (…) Read More

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    The Importance of Feedback

    Whenever I run a program there are always aspects of the teaching that leap out to catch my attention. A lot of that has to do with the group that is going through the program and how they respond to the experience. I just finished running Deeper and Emotional Intelligence and both programs have a (…) Read More

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    Managing Your Emotions

    A few weekends ago I ran a program for leaders called Emotional Intelligence. I ran this program because I believe that emotional intelligence is at the centre of what we want to achieve in personal development. To exercise emotional intelligence I must have an ability to identify my emotions as they are happening, understand why (…) Read More

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    Emotional Intelligence

    I do what I do because of how it makes me feel. A couple of weekends ago I ran a program for leaders called Emotional Intelligence. I ran this program because I believe that emotional intelligence is at the centre of what we want to achieve in personal development. So what is emotional intelligence? To (…) Read More

  • terry lige trust the process

    Trust the Process

    One of the common sayings in Connections is Trust the Process. The intention of every one of my programs is to deliver a process that will create profound personal value for every participant who attends. While the process is at times difficult and personally challenging, it leads every one of us down a path of (…) Read More

  • terry lige never take yourself out of the game

    I Never Take Myself Out Of The Game

    The last leadership commitment says, “I never take myself out of the game.” The word ‘never’ is extreme in this context because it sounds so absolute; however, it is not intended to be a legalistic requirement as much as a passionate call to commitment and participation. I acknowledge there are times when it is necessary (…) Read More