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© 2019 by Linda Lattimore

6104 Old Fredericksburg Road

Austin, Texas 78709




n. Disruptive innovator; leader supporting a culture of innovation; visionary who challenges conventional wisdom for a better way;

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April 4, 2019

The secrets to any successful marriage or partnership are fairly basic.  The partners start with a shared vision and mission, setting goals for their union, while they respect their individual needs.  They make sure that they understand each other’s strengths and weaknesses and how to support both.  They look at problem areas, figure out workarounds, handle disagreements early on and decide who is...

March 21, 2019

You would have to be living under a rock if the word “sustainability” has not crossed your path.  Or, you have an inkling of what it means, but not a clue what to do about it other than cart the recycle bin out to the curb each week full of boxes and leftover plastic containers. That means you are trying right?  Wrong …

It means you are keeping up with the neighbors.  But, what about your busi...

March 7, 2019

As a little girl, my father used to tell me that I could be anything I wanted to be when I grew up, including - President of the United States or the president of a corporation.  It was critically important to him that his two girls could sustain themselves financially… in case our husbands died. Though I wanted to be a social worker, he advocated voraciously for a business degree followed by law...

February 21, 2019

I find myself working with a number of companies that sell homogenous products and services looking for ways to distinguish themselves when price and quality are virtually the same.  How do professionals in the residential real estate, financial or legal service industries set themselves apart? 

In today’s world of business where word of mouse reigns and transparency is king, customer drivers...

January 28, 2019

I have fallen down the internet rabbit hole and feel like Alice in Wonderland.  No matter what I google, I can’t find anything on a particular topic that makes complete sense to me.

As an attorney, I know that a corporation is just a piece of paper with a file stamp and a charter number that is a result of someone filing an application at the Secretary of State’s Office.  Yet somehow, we always tal...

January 17, 2019

Have you taken a moment to review the trends in your industry?  Often, we get complacent and fall back on what we know to be true without revisiting our competition, studying up on exciting new innovations and checking in on aspects of our business that are no longer relevant. But, if you are going to hold yourself out as an expert in, or even part of, an industry, you need to be saavy.

Along those...

November 27, 2018

It’s time, right?  Not just to write down goals … or dream of possibilities … or feel the emptiness of an unfulfilling job or life … but time to actually DO something about it.

It’s time to set something in motion, get something going, embark on an adventure, roll out of bed, shake off the sleepies and celebrate that you feel READY TO LAUNCH into 2019 doing it differently!

I love the end of the cale...

November 26, 2018

I have a knack.  Quite simply I have always been the gal that could take massive amounts of information and distill it down to something that made sense. This has held me in good stead as an attorney, CEO of a couple of businesses, founder of a nonprofit and now consulting and coaching changemakers creating amazing companies with a social impact.

This is the time of year that you wish you could say...

November 26, 2018

Every Thanksgiving, we gather with friends and family, cook large quantities of food, sit in front of big screens watching play after play in a tryptophan coma, and count our blessings.  It feels good when we go around the table and express our thanks for the people and things that make our lives better.  If we are lucky, it is a day we can turn the tangible outer rewards, reflected in the feast i...

November 16, 2018

It seems like yesterday that I was an awkward teen seeking the approval of my peers and worried about their chatter and impressions.  I found quickly that to succeed in life you do need that measure of approval but as I’ve aged, I realize that I’m far more interested in finding a group of people I enjoy with the same values and interests as me.  That includes friends and customers. 


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