Welcome Todd Tritsch!

Welcome Todd Tritsch, Instructional Designer and Training Consultant  Our clients want a competitive advantage when it comes to the training and development for their employees, clients, members and subscribers. It used to be that an engaging instructor with a polished PowerPoint was the key to client satisfaction. But today’s instructional designers are skilled in engaging […]


Lessons Learned from Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soapbox

If you’re a flower child of the 70s or a contemporary crunchy, chances are you’re familiar with the 30,000 word label on each bottle of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Peppermint Soap. It’s a marvelous all-natural, multi-purpose liquid soap sold at Whole Foods, Target, Walgreens and health food stores everywhere. I remember the first time I spied […]


Deep Roots in Dallas / Planting Seeds in Nashville

My mom used to tell me it’s never too late to say thank you, so I’d like to combine a belated, “Welcome! And Thank You!” to New Leaf’s Dallas-based team of consultants. First, I’d like to welcome to David Womack and Kathy Catoe. Having worked on several client videos with David over the past couple years, […]


Greetings from New Leaf West!

Over the past week I had the pleasure of working from New Leaf West, home office of Cindy The Magnificent. Many of you know Cindy. She’s our Secret Weapon–the one who single-handedly manages New Leaf’s office functions and keeps us running like a well-oiled machine. Where, you ask, is New Leaf West? This IS Vegas, […]

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Holding On To The Air

Years ago, I read the autobiography of ballerina Suzanne Farrell called, “Holding On To The Air.” Never mind the story, I was captivated by the title—envisioning that split-second when a willowy, prima ballerina arches flawlessly into suspended animation. The audience holds its collective breath in wonder, completely absorbed in the moment. Last week, I reached […]


The Power of the Pen

Happy New Year – No, I’m not writing about failed resolutions. Rather, something I read this morning on the subject of productivity made me feel validated about bucking the trend toward mobile devices for note-taking during meetings. Though my left-handed scrawl blurs even the fastest drying ink, I write on. My tablet pouts quietly in my purse, […]


Think Before You Lead

“I insist on a lot of time being spent, almost every day, to just sit and think. That is very uncommon in American business. …” –Warren Buffet Why is it that we associate busy-ness with success? You meet a colleague you haven’t seen in awhile, and the standard reply to, “How are you?” is, “Oh, […]


Tell Me Your Story and This Better Be Good!

I don’t watch often, but when I do, my favorite TV program is Antiques Roadshow. Why? I love to hear the stories. And then there’s the drama as we wait to hear the appraiser declare the object’s value.  Storytelling is one of the most powerful techniques we have as humans to communicate and motivate. In […]


What do you call that box on your FaceBook page?

Sometimes confusion reigns when we try to find the rights words to describe an image needed for a FaceBook page or ad. Attached to this post is a great infographic from Digital Guru, Jon Loomer. Clients, content creators and graphic designers will find this a helpful tool to speak the same language! Of course, cultivating […]

A Life Savor Moment

My Life Savor Moment

Suddenly it sneaks up on you. It’s Friday and it’s October. How did that happen? Remember the song, “Cat’s in the Cradle” by Harry Chapin? It’s the lament of a dad who missed the priceless treasure of time with his young son because he prioritized work  … “but there were planes to catch and bills […]

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