When you’re playing big and asking for what you want and need, you’re bound to come across a few naysayers. You know the ones. The ones who tell you:
“Are you really sure you want to do that? What if you/we fail?!”
“But you don’t have the right expertise for that position/initiative/business...”
“That’s already been done before. Why do you think you can
In this fast-paced world, it can be challenging to slow down and celebrate the little wins. Yet the research says that when you celebrate incremental wins, you and your teams are more motivated and encouraged to push toward the big wins.
So why in the world would we celebrate failures on a regular basis?!
Last fall I listened to an interview with Sara
Have you been planning your next bold move? Maybe you have a promotion or project in mind. Perhaps you're thinking about that courageous conversation you're going to have this week. Or maybe you want to take the next incremental step towards your dream.
Whatever is on your horizon, I have the ideal recipe to make your next bold move a lot easier.
In the following video I share
Thank you Forbes for first publishing my article on kindness in the workplace.
Had I heard in my 20s that kindness is a competitive advantage, I would have rolled my eyes. Didn't expressing kindness in the workplace make one appear weak or give others permission to take advantage of you?
Maybe you've thought similarly.
As I advanced in my career from consultant to
Did you know you already possess a superpower? One that can get the results you want! Whether you want to create more money, a greater impact, deeper relationships, sustained happiness or almost anything you want, first you need to manage your thoughts.
Working hard, consistency and dedication are the keys to success, right? That’s what I read on the internet and that’s
More and more of my high-performing clients and friends are focused on brain performance. And for good reason.
Optimizing brain performance is essential for living an extraordinary life with less stress, increased creativity, more focus and improved performance at work and home.
Even if you're overwhelmed and forgetting your car keys or important meetings,
Women in Leadership,
When I read the anti-diversity memo released by a Google employee this past weekend, I was angered. He shared his views on why women are not equally represented in technology and leadership. Many of his reasons were sexist, and he even suggested that Google’s diversity programs should “de-emphasize empathy” moving forward. My anger
Networking gets a bad wrap. I’ve heard people call it a “necessary evil,” “scary” or even “gross.”
Some think you have to become a different person to do it well. And the truth is, some people seem to morph into another version of themselves when they’re at a conference, networking event or an industry event.