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Dare to Leap

Nov 25, 2020

Lynne Maureen Hurdle is a Conflict Resolution Strategist, Facilitator, Speaker, and Coach. She has been in this field for over 40 years and helps business owners leverage their conflict resolution skills to be better leaders. Her skills help bring a new dialogue into the company culture so that it can be a more inclusive and diverse place to work. What’s holding you back from leaping into your business? Lynne gives you the push you need to get started.


Key takeaways:

  • Lynne was a very young age when she experienced racism, which involved 50+ angry white men.
  • This experience had a profound impact on Lynne and her future career choice.
  • Lynne shares a bit about her background and how she got started.
  • Lynne didn’t lack confidence, but she lacked the belief she could get paid what she was truly worth.
  • Working with Lynne has changed Kathy’s life!
  • What advice does Lynne have for someone who doesn’t have the courage to leap?
  • Can you live with the fact you might have turned down the path you were destined to go on?
  • You have to invest in people who have been there. It takes so much pressure off of your back.
  • If you don’t have funds for the big-bucks coach yet, that’s okay. Just look for someone!
  • How much should you pay for a coach?
  • When Lynne had to financially stretch to pay for her coach, that’s when she saw the best results.
  • When Lynne realized she didn’t have the funds, she wrote to five people asking if they’d invest in her business (with interest).
  • Don’t wait for something else to tell you to leap. Just do it!
  • You have a lot of talent. You’re not supposed to waste it!
  • What happens if someone in your life is saying “no” to you?
  • Sometimes you have to push forward knowing that you have to prove them wrong.
  • How does Lynne help her clients?






“It’s the dare to leap thing. I asked and my clients did it.”


“Take the first step. Honestly, if you can’t leap, take the step and fall. Because sometimes all it takes is one foot.”


“Your talent is what you bring to that specific engagement. So nobody does (insert skill) like you because of that talent that you have.”