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Getting Into The Trenches 

Being strategic is important, but you can’t lose sight of what the day-to-day business is. What really makes your company run and work. Sometimes it’s time to get into the trenches with your team to figure out what’s working…and what’s not!

Friends and Allies: Asking Others for Help 

If a friend needed help you wouldn’t think twice about helping right?! So why do you have such a hard time asking when you need some help! Here’s how to ask your friends and allies for a helping hand.

Hearing vs. Listening

Hearing and listening aren’t the same thing! So how do you listen instead of just hearing…here are some tips to keep your ears open and stop the chatter.

Your Own ROI

Are you taking the value of your time into account? The ROI of your own time and effort is critical – here’s how to prioritize your ROI! 

Asking the Pros

Need help? The first place to start is by asking family and friends. But don’t be shy – the pros can help you too! Here’s how! 

Asking People for Help

Asking for help can sometimes feel like you are exposing your weak spots, and nobody wants to appear needy or incompetent. Here’s how to ask for help!

Embrace your inner intrapreneur

Do you find yourself wanting to fight the culture of “doing things the way they’ve always been done”? Do you have great confidence in your abilities and aren’t afraid to hear the word “no”? Intrapreneurs love a challenge. Competitive...

Stuck in the familiar

Feel stuck in your comfort and the familiar? It happens – you can even being comfortable in unhappiness here’s how to bust out of the rut 

Be Nice

Be nice! It’s amazing what you can get done when you’re nice. Simple acts of kindness go a long way. Try it and watch doors open.

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Are you fighting self-doubt? Do you fear you won’t be able to maintain your current level of success? Do you doubt your competency or think you aren’t worthy of your accomplishments? Are you certain everyone around you will someday realize you are a...

Creating Time

A friend of mine was recently chatting with a group of other entrepreneurs about their struggles in start-up businesses. There were a lot of common themes like managing multiple clients, drumming up new business, what business management products to buy and dealing...

Transferable Skills

Recently I commiserated with a friend whose boss, the CEO of a large organization, had charged her with learning to do fundraising. That word alone makes some people cringe, doesn’t it?   My friend protested to the CEO, coming up with every excuse to not accept the...

Reputation Management

Warren Buffet once said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently.” Benjamin Franklin said, “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to...


FOMO, fear of missing out, is actually an ancient idea, brought more to the forefront by social media. Now, we have access to a bajillion ideas, thoughts, events…and (insert suspenseful music here)… the perfection of other people’s lives. And it’s made our...

Reading the Signs

We’ve talked about the finesse and impact of small talk, overcoming shyness, and not being overly pushy. So let’s now chat about the fine art of shutting up! Sometimes we tend to talk ourselves out of a LifeSale!   Sometimes that life sale just isn’t there. It’s isn’t...

Prepare to Hear Yes

Isn’t it ironic that one of the first words a child usually learns to say is “no”? Especially when all we want to hear – at any age - is YES!  Unfortunately, some people grow up and set themselves up to hear “no” in every situation. They feel life is out to get...

Being Grateful

Have you ever done something nice for someone and didn’t hear ‘thank you’ or any kind of appreciation? It’s not like I set out to hear ‘thank you’ all day long, but let’s face it – some things deserve a little shout out of gratefulness!   My friend, Jessica, and her...

A Sales Plan

Do you work to live or live to work? A have a friend who was on-call 24/7/365. It was in her contract. She was paid very well for the inconvenience but calls at 1 a.m. were becoming all too common. One day, during a staff meeting her team was kidding her about how...

Overcoming Shy

Let’s face it, being shy has a bad rap. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Shy people simply approach ideas and people from a different angle. And that’s what makes diversity so much more rich – different approaches.   My neighbor Keith is painfully shy – so much so...


Did you know there are more than 100 commonly diagnosed phobias? There are hundreds more uncommon ones too! WOW! That’s a lot of fear! What’s worse is that people are commonly more afraid of public speaking than they are death. Not kidding here!  Spiders, germs,...

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