Changing Your Response for Better Outcomes

I hope you’re doing well.  If you read the previous article,  I’m curious if you have started to notice the areas in your life where maybe you aren’t taking 100% responsibility for your outcomes.  Like I said in the previous article, this is not an easy thing to do because we are wired for self-preservation.  [...]

By |2019-12-28T19:32:28+00:00December 28th, 2019|Coaching, Corporate, Leadership Development, Mental Skills|0 Comments

Excuses are Lies You Tell Yourself

In a book I am reading this week, I was introduced to a quote that really resonated with me.  It said “Greatness isn’t for the chosen few.  Greatness is for the few that choose.”  After hearing that, I sat there for a moment thinking- Wow. What a great reminder of the choices we have.  The [...]

By |2019-12-18T18:15:03+00:00December 18th, 2019|Coaching, Corporate, Leadership Development, Mental Skills|0 Comments

Giving and Receiving Effective Feedback

In this article, I'm going to continue on the topic of communication and talk about a simple framework you can use to give and receive feedback.  I find that having a framework helps because most people don’t love giving or receiving feedback. Although feedback can be positive, it tends to either be negative or perceived [...]

By |2019-12-09T16:26:43+00:00December 9th, 2019|Coaching, Corporate, Leadership Development, Mental Skills|0 Comments

The Impact Positive Communication Has On Performance

If you have been following my posts,  you may have noticed that I have been going more in depth into what I call the building blocks of peak performance.  It started with self-awareness and then mindset.  The third block is communication. We are social creatures and being able to communicate effectively with others is an [...]

Why Having a Tribe When Setting Big Goals is Important

In 2015, I set a goal that I wasn't sure I could accomplish which was to run a half-marathon.  Anyone who knows me knows that I do NOT like running.  At that time, I couldn't run a mile without stopping and would typically run intervals because I needed the short breaks to catch my breath [...]