Talk back to Imposter Syndrome

  Have you ever felt like you don’t belong in a room full of successful people, and you think to yourself, “it’s just a matter of time before they find out I’m a fraud!” Believe it or not, there’s a name for this. It’s called, “imposter syndrome.” Seriously, it’s really a thing. And what’s more, […]

Going the extra mile: take this 30-day challenge and see what happens next!

I remember years ago my dad telling me, "it doesn’t matter what you do, but always do your best." I was talking with someone recently who was telling me about new responsibilities being added to his work. He was doing a great job of not only meeting the demands of the job, but exceeding them.  I […]

The greatest problem-solving tool you can use

Have you ever been summoned to the conference room, for an all-day, intensive problem-solving session? You spend the day locked in a room with the best minds in the company,  the flip chart paper, the white board, the markers, the PowerPoint presentations, the bottomless coffee, the debating and head-scratching. And finally, yes, finally, you come up with […]

The power of daily habits: the smallest change makes the biggest impact

In doing some research recently for a coaching workshop on work-life balance, I came across an interesting statistic that states up to 80% of what we do every day is automatic. I started thinking about my day. I thought about my drive to work. I can’t remember the last time I read a street sign or put […]

Reaching Goals: chances of success increase if you write them down

Today, as I walked to my mailbox I could see a large yellow envelope jutting out from the box, and I couldn’t wait to see what it was. From the return address, I knew it was a book written by my friend and fellow coach, Dr. Clark Gaither, called “The Graduate’s Handbook, Your No-Nonsense Guide […]