We experience plenty of tough days in life. Some days are easier to manage than others, especially, when things aren’t always in our control. Here are powerful words to assist in having more grounded well-being.
With so much focus on “well-being” and “quiet quitting,” there’s a lot of emphasis on setting boundaries. Who is creating them and are they working?
There’s a word I use in my coaching sessions that was never part of my language when I was in corporate. Truthfully, it’s one of the most critical words in my current vocabulary. This word is one of the keys to my success and my clients’ success.
Did you know that the scientific community says that we make about 35,000 decisions daily?
One of the most important decisions you can make is to ask yourself one of Einstein’s famous questions…
In society, we’re taught at a young age the value of education and getting high grades. So, growing up, we focus on passing tests and being in the top percentile as that’s the belief of entrée into a successful career. But, the truth is that that is only part of the formula for a successful career.
I couldn’t believe that these four words made my new client cry. But they did.
There was an interview with the NBA All-Star Larry Bird many years ago when he first became famous that my Dad shared with me. Larry’s definition of success was…
Have you noticed that your memory isn’t quite what it used to be? You might be forgetting things, such as people’s names and conversations.
Let me share a little (actually BIG) secret with you about how I have more success in my life. I start each day…
Did you know that the words you use can make you appear powerless and look like a victim? It’s so important to choose your words carefully. You’ll be more likely to succeed with the right choices. After all, victims are rarely successful. And if they are, they aren’t happy or enjoying their achievement.