Lessons from My Calls with Bob (2 of 9)

2021-09-13T23:23:41+00:00March 4th, 2021|Blog, DougDen, Leadership Skills|

Dreaming big is only part of the equation. Create routine Big Swings. Perhaps it was the neat combination of growing up as a 90's kid (fondly referred to as the "participation trophy" generation) and being very lucky to have supportive parents, but the phrase “dream big” or “shoot for the stars” was not

Insights from Boss’d

2021-02-24T00:43:25+00:00February 24th, 2021|Blog, Boss'd, Insights, Perspectives|

As Four Loop Learning grows, we want to intentionally increase the perspectives that are shared with you. That is why we are thrilled to introduce you to one of our very own community members, and dear friends, Andrew O'Hearn. Inspired by the Salty Dog-theme, his Boston Terrier, Boss'd (pronounced "Boss-D") will take the stage in


2021-01-24T16:50:51+00:00January 24th, 2021|Blog|

After my last post on WATCH YOUR WORDS, I came across the word Mot Juste. I did not know what it meant so I looked it up and it means "using the exactly right word or phrase". So in the spirit of adaptation I was thinking if the word applied to leadership, what would be

Lessons from My Calls with Bob (1 of 9)

2021-09-13T23:25:15+00:00January 19th, 2021|Blog, DougDen|

Lesson 1 of 9 Four Loop Learning team member Jayme Markus often has two little eyes peering over her shoulder during Zoom calls. It is her cat Doug. As a way for her to help share leadership lessons that come her way from her time at Four Loop Learning, Doug is kindly here to

7 Components of Courage

2020-12-30T17:35:46+00:00November 30th, 2020|Blog, Courage to Lead, Leadership Skills|

Welcome to Four Loop Learning®, where we help business executives become courageous leaders with reflective journaling skills. We believe if you are more reflective, you are more effective. As a leader, it’s your duty to navigate uncertainty and guide others towards safety. That’s why I’m committed to helping you develop your leadership skills. I’m Bob

6 Ways Journaling Enhances Your Leadership

2020-09-01T22:41:22+00:00September 1st, 2020|Blog|

1. Stopping and Reflecting over time helps prevent the fire, fire, fire, ready aim syndrome 2. Journaling allows you to learn and discern how your point of view changes over time 3. Journaling allows you to track your big decisions and later on review their effectiveness 4. Journaling allows you to find serendipitous discoveries


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