Insights to turbocharge your career
Some people believe there’s nothing more important than winning. I’m not one of those people.
How to hold your own with challenging executives and one important way it can pay off.
How to recover from the sting of negative feedback, so you can make the most of it.
In what ways do you think you are too much? The power of trading in “too much” for “just right.”
The ability to ask for help yields a multitude of benefits to your relationships, your productivity, and your well-being.
How to unlock the magic in yourself and your team.
Our feelings can tell us which direction we should go, if only we would listen.
Why I’d rather be rejected than ghosted by prospects.
One coach’s response to the idea that you can’t discover yourself through introspection.
How fearing our fear gets in the way, and what to do about it.
The power of reframing the parts of your story that hold you back.
What would you say if you thought someone would listen?
Imagine a world with a broader definition of success.
Doing hard things is the soil from which belief in ourselves grows.
Why “superstars” aren’t always leaders.
You can manage a team without giving feedback, but that’s not leadership. Quality feedback enables your team’s success.
Self-reflection, self-acceptance, and tolerating the discomfort of doing things differently help us to transform.
What edits are you making to get a job? Maybe you’d get better results with the original.
Not getting what you want in your career? Neither was I, and it was the best thing that ever happened to me.
Helping you get the help you need.
How to show your unique blend of superpowers even under pressure.
There is nothing left to learn if we think we already know it all.
Look for your similarities instead of focusing on your differences.
How to keep your sanity when you may lose your job.
If others can achieve boundless success by following childhood passions, why can’t you?
The often over-looked value of varied educational and professional backgrounds.
How our own perceptions can blind us to our team’s needs.
What price do we pay when we place so much value on efficiency and time management?
Finding a workplace that values your unique gifts.