After a two year pandemic hiatus, I’ve returned to barre class.

Although there is kinesthetic memory, it will be awhile – months, really – before I’m fully proficient again, strong enough.

And recognizing that distance, it’s tempting to think that more is more.

But this morning I was reminded that most of the work happens within inches.

Often, just an inch.

Those small, controlled movements build a counterintuitive strength and flexibility.

What small shift, rather than a sweeping change, can you make — in your priorities, your team, your presence, your influence, your team, your delegation, as examples — that will make you infinitely more capable and flexible?

What’s the work that can happen within an inch?


If you haven’t yet registered for the upcoming cost-free webinar on “Strategic Leadership: How to Identify and Deliver on Your Priorities” on April 27th at 10am ET, hit reply and let me know how many on your team are attending, and we’ll get you registered.  Content-rich, time for your questions, and ample doses of real application and tools.  Like a private coaching class with yours truly.