Define What a Thriving Life Means to You
To THRIVE means more than just surviving. I recently looked up the definition of SURVIVE and it said, “to remain alive or in existence”. That
Passion, Purpose, and Potential
Looking for your Purpose, Passion, Potential? We don’t magically “find” our why. Our whys unfold as a result of action – actions that bring joy.
The Great Resignation
The ecosystem has been disrupted between home/work/society and it’s time for leaders to listen and act in a new way. Taking care of your people’s
Tips On How To Lead Confidently Virtually
Be human first. It’s OK to show your human, personable side. It is not only refreshing, it is required. What does this mean? It means
Competence <---> Confidence
When our competence in an area grows, so does our confidence. When lacking confidence in a new role, job, or life experience, go toward improving
3 Tips For Joyful, Conflict Free Conversations
Tensions around cultural, political, and social issues are alive and well. Get in front of the differences and potential conflict with these 3 tips: SET
There’s No Going Back To the Water Cooler: Hybrid Work Is Here To Stay.
If you are in the office part time, use your in-office time to do the following: CONNECT Connect: We need connections with our friends and
I LOVE Books
Books to love. This week I featured a handful of books that I have read and re-read many times over the years. Here’s an overview
The Value of Sleep
What Value Do You Put On Sleep? Healthy, high-achieving leaders must redefine their relationship with sleep to ensure the longevity of their own health and
Do Great Leaders Take Breaks?
“COVID doesn’t take a break” was a phrase used by one of my executive coaching clients last week. He was not the first one in
The Art of Working from Home: Why Am I so tired?
By now you have noticed fatigue has set in while working from home. I am finding that people are a little embarrassed to admit they
10 Tips for Leading During Crisis
Leading through crisis requires LEADING. Leading is not to be confused with managing. If you focus on managing, you may find yourself over-controlling things and