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Our record by mid-season wasn’t looking great. We won a few games and lost a few – nothing to write home about. And then something changed. We started to win consistently. We started to believe we could make it to the Wild Card series.
And then something huge swam up to the surface…
September is officially Self-Care Month and what better time to take a closer look at how you can take better care of your whole self. It’s not just about going to the spa and unplugging but looking at the many dimensions that make up your most wonderful self.
When changing career paths, how low is too low to aim? I’m looking at jobs in a different industry and I have 14yrs business experience, but limited experience in this specific field. Should I start at entry level or is it acceptable to expect to come in at my current level?
We’re going to keep it short and sweet because time is valuable - especially your time.
June 4, 2019 – Three years ago I took the plunge and walked away from an 11-year career in association management. I had traveled the world, managed teams, turned organizations around and built amazing relationships. But something was missing
Are the words that are coming out or your mouth or through your keyboard holding you back from success? Your words have power and your selection of some words may be keeping you from succeeding.
I recently sat in on a Webinar with one of my favorite service providers, which is why it pains me to write this. IT WAS A DISASTER!
5-4-3-2-1 Happy New Year!!!
Woohoo we made it to another year filled with hope, motivation and a laundry list of the things we’d like to change. You’ve bought the new workout apparel, stocked our fridges full of healthy food and bought enough self-improvement books to keep you busy for months. You’re committed to the new you and know you will succeed!
I want you to succeed. I really do. But unfortunately those resolutions are heading for Disappointmentville, USA in about 4-6 weeks.
This past week I spoke at a Career Accelerator Workshop for proposal management professionals on the topic Work-Life Balance.
Confession: I was completely triggered by the topic and session title I was assigned – It’s a Marathon Not a Sprint: Work-Life Balance for the Long Haul
Even for someone like me who is trained to listen, acknowledge and validate people, I get triggered into being defensive more times than I like to admit it. So why do we keep falling back into combative patterns when we know how positive the outcomes are when we deploy empathy?
Last night was the July installment of The SpitFire Circle, a monthly meeting of small business owners who come together to share their experiences and learn from one another while being challenged to get to the root of their blocks to success. Every month the dynamic is slightly different with a shift in industries represented, from makers to photographers to writers to travel consultants, but one thing has remained true for the last six months, people hate selling!
Your words have more power than you could ever imagine. So what happens when you adopt the hustle, struggle and grind mentality that you’re “supposed” to have as an entrepreneur or business owner?
It seems that everyone on Instagram is an Entrepreneur or CEO. What used to be a high risk and scary choice, has now been glamorized into fast money, luxurious lifestyles, and ready-set-go businesses.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but the stories behind the glossy pictures are anything but fancy. I know the true stories of self-doubt, self-sabotage, and business burnout.
Over the years I’ve seen the same 13 challenges and entrepreneurial pitfalls in myself, my clients, and other entrepreneurs.