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  • The 8 Rules for Catching the Attention of Your Next Client

    The biggest challenge coaches have is educating, enlisting and engaging people to take a risk and hire a coach. Your future client has access to so much information that they almost don’t need a coach … or do they? Here are 8 rules for catching the attention of your next client. Read more about The 8 Rules for Catching the Attention of Your Next Client

    Categories: 
    Leadership, Strategies & Position
  • Avoiding Business Burnout: What Type of Meltdown Are You Headed For?

    What's your burnout threshold? It helps to know the warning signs or how burnout creeps up on you. Let’s take a look at what they are and a few steps on how you can avoid it. Read more about Avoiding Business Burnout: What Type of Meltdown Are You Headed For?

    Categories: 
    Conflict, Enemies Of Influence, Skills & Aptitudes
  • Learn How to Embrace Your Fears

    The longer I work in my field, the more often I experience how much damage fear can do to a person’s career or home life. These are the four most common questions I get. Read more about Learn How to Embrace Your Fears

    Categories: 
    Power Mindsets, Skills & Aptitudes
  • How to Communicate What Your Intuition is Telling You

    When you’re accountable to no one, it’s very easy to listen to your gut instincts and do what they are telling you.  It becomes an entirely different situation when you have to explain your intuition to your employees or your bosses.

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    Categories: 
    Communication, Conflict, Leadership, Power Mindsets, Skills & Aptitudes
  • The Importance of Getting Organized at Work

    Stop for a moment and take a look at the desk in front of you. What do you see? Is it a mess of receipts, sticky notes, reminders, food wrappers, business cards and other clutter? You aren’t alone. Many of us experience disorganization in our lives. But there are several reasons why staying organized should always be a priority. Read more about The Importance of Getting Organized at Work

    Categories: 
    Skills & Aptitudes
  • Show Your Anxiety Who's Boss

    Anxiety affects 18% of the US population – about 40 million people. Many people experience worry and anxiety so often that they no longer recognize it. Everyone worries to some extent. Worry is okay when it opens up your mind to exploring new avenues of solution or when it causes you to drive on the right side of the road (for your protection). But it’s when worry moves into anxiety leading to a physical and emotional toll on you work performance and mood, that's when it’s time to take action. Read more about Show Your Anxiety Who's Boss

    Categories: 
    Conflict, Power Mindsets, Strategies & Position
  • How to Learn from Your Experiences

    If you didn’t have all of the experiences that got you to where we are today, you wouldn’t be facing the success that you are. Your experiences in life are who you are, so wouldn’t it make sense to take a look back and see which experiences gave or strengthened some of your skills? Read more about How to Learn from Your Experiences

    Categories: 
    Skills & Aptitudes
  • How to Make Your Words Count

    Are you communicating in a way that will get you heard?  I’ve found there are a couple ways to communicate to ensure your message gets across the right way, the first time. Read more about How to Make Your Words Count

    Categories: 
    Communication, Skills & Aptitudes

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