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More often than we realize, we are not just seeing things as they are. Instead, we attach thoughts and emotions to the things around us and draw conclusions about what is happening. Here are some ideas to help you gain awareness when your thoughts aren’t serving you.
In an increasingly complex and uncertain world, organizations are hiring for resilience. And I doubt there’s anyone out there wishing they were less equipped to deal with adversity or less resilient in the face of change. So, how do we bounce back when life...
There is still a lot of confusion out there over what coaching is, mainly because people misuse the term for other roles like mentoring or consulting. Learn here what coaching is, what it isn’t, and why it is so beneficial to modern leadership.
What is it REALLY like to live the life of an entrepreneur? What are the pros and cons of becoming your own boss? Are there secrets around the experience that no one is talking about? Today, we are pulling back the curtain on the entrepreneur experience. We share the...
I sometimes see a gap when we are leading our lives when we give up our power by losing our sense of accountability. Asking yourself, “What role do I play in this situation?” and “What is in my control” are good places to start.
Work is a relationship. Today on the Life and Leadership Podcast we’re joined by Jason Lauritsen, an expert in the realm of employee engagement and performance management.
A rising star is successful in their work, and leaders take notice. Then somewhere along the way that person marked as “high-potential” suddenly, well, isn’t anymore. So, what happened?
Who do you resolve to be this year? As you make decisions around how you want to show up in the world, it is useful to tap into both your heart AND your mind. In this special episode, co-host Tegan Trovato leads listeners in a guided meditation to envision your next...
Our seemingly innocuous out-of-office message and subsequent behavior sends communication to those around us about what our priorities really are. This message is an opportunity to communicate your priorities to others, to match your actions to your words and to set boundaries. Try using your OOO to support your humanity.
As we set intentions for the new year, it is tempting to define a rigid list of to-dos. To push ourselves to achieve certain targets and pack our calendars with the massive action necessary to reach our specific goals. But what if we left space for the unexpected? What if the next BIG thing in our lives goes beyond anything we can imagine?
What if we could do less, yet be more?
In 2018, I set an aggressive goal to read forty books in one year. As far as reading goes, I had some catching up to do. Here’s a peek into the process, my favorite books, and a list of the full 40.
You meticulously plan well-thought-out ideas, but dismantle them on a daily basis; opting instead to ignore that looming deadline, hide important emails, and test the strength of your relationships—both personally and professionally. If things go wrong, or if you get feedback that’s not exactly positive, you feel it proves what you’ve suspected all along: that you are completely inadequate. There’s a title for someone who falls into this pattern of behavior: It’s called being a Self-Saboteur.