Last week, during a Zoom meeting, I patiently listened to a prospective client air his grievances about EVERYTHING, including his employer, its management team, and the people with whom he works.

Thirty minutes later, when it appeared he had exhausted his list of complaints…

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This week, I’m hosting a 2½-day retreat for my Executive Women’s Peer Advisory Forum where members will reflect on the lessons they should be learning from the events of 2020, recalibrate their 2020 personal & professional goals, and tighten up their strategies & tactical plans for…

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Last week, I reached out to a client to find out how she and her team were navigating this pandemic.

As part of her response, she shared, “My team is all virtual still. I’ve been calling each of them every day to…

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Blindly trusting everything we see and hear can be a recipe for disaster for one simple reason: humans have a way of spinning the narrative to fit their motives – the narrative they tell themselves that aligns with and further reinforces what they…

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If your beliefs ultimately become your destiny, then it is in your best interest to maintain full control of them. You are not obligated in any way to relinquish control of…

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In Seth Godin’s blog post “Listening is difficult,” he notes that, “Hearing happens when we’re able to recognize a sound. Listening happens when we…

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When seeking to understand the risks involved with returning to work and interacting with the masses, here are seven things you can do to enhance your wellbeing and maintain an internal sense of control…

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I have a client who started a brand-new role right before being quarantined. As part of the national sales conference for this new role, he was asked to submit his 2019 accomplishments. Of course, he couldn’t do that because…

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When my clients are discontent and complaining about how life is playing out for them, there are five questions I typically ask to get them thinking about the things they need to be thinking about to be more thoughtful and intentional with how they choose to move forward. I share those questions in this short video.

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The more accomplished you are, the more likely there will be bullies in your life trying to steal your success from you.

The most effective way to manage these bullies is to develop an unwavering level of mental toughness that can outlast any bully’s attempt to invalidate you emotionally.

Here’s my story…

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