When You’re Organizing for Productivity, Don’t Forget Your Workspace


Most people don’t give much thought to designing their workspace. As long as it’s quiet, people usually assume it’s good. But a recent article in Fast Company shows that your physical environment goes a long way in making you more (or less!) productive. Here are four ideas to help make your workspace more productive for […]

Published on December 9th, 2014 in Blog

A New Perspective on Productivity: Focus on the Long Term


Most productivity strategies focus on short term strategies — how to manage your to-do list effectively, how to avoid interruptions, how to get more done each morning, etc. And those strategies are good and helpful. But what most people don’t think about when they consider productivity is the long term. There are things you can […]

Published on December 4th, 2014 in Blog

30-Day Thankfulness Challenge 


November is the month we set aside for thankfulness. We usually think of thankfulness in terms of family and friends, and maybe material blessings. But what about our work lives? Work is one of the things that stresses many people out. There are to-do lists that seem longer than we can handle, people who are […]

Published on November 25th, 2014 in Blog

5 Steps to Measure Performance to Get On Track to Meet Your Goals


If you’ve ever been someone’s employee, you’ve probably been through performance reviews. You might remember some of them as being not-so-helpful: vague statements and general observations, leaving you unsure how to actually improve. It’s even tougher when you’re trying to evaluate your own performance. What should you measure? How can you know what you need […]

Published on November 20th, 2014 in Blog

5 Steps to Set Goals for Giving Back


It’s now November, the time of year we start to think more about giving back. We know how important it is to contribute something meaningful to others, to the world, and to give of ourselves. But often, giving back remains an abstract idea that we like, but fail to actually implement, due to time pressure […]

Published on November 17th, 2014 in Blog

To Do Better, Do Less


Our society bestows admiration on those who wear a dozen hats and have a hundred things on their plates. The more you’re involved in, the more respect you get. But is doing more really more admirable? When you spread yourself too thin, you can’t do a good job at anything. Saying “yes” to quality work […]

Published on November 11th, 2014 in Blog

An Illustrated Guide to 10 Essential Characteristics of a Good Leader


A picture is worth a thousand words — sometimes we just comprehend and remember things better when we see them pictured. The Center for Creative Leadership has created a great infographic illustrating the characteristics of a good leader and how to improve your own leadership skills. You can use this infographic to remind yourself of […]

Published on October 29th, 2014 in Blog

7 Ideas to Help You Calm Your Nerves and Deliver Great Presentations


One of the best ways to attract prospects is to demonstrate your expertise—potential clients are able to see firsthand how you could help them. And one of the best ways to demonstrate your expertise is public speaking. But what if speaking in public makes you nervous? Here are seven ideas to help you calm your […]

Published on October 22nd, 2014 in Blog

The Biggest Myth About Vulnerability, and How Leaders Can Use It to Be More Effective


Leadership requires courage in the face of uncertainty. It requires a willingness to take risks, to open ourselves up. Leadership requires the same things vulnerability does. Vulnerability isn’t a popular term. Being vulnerable is uncomfortable, so we avoid it. In ourselves, we view it as weakness, though we look for it and admire it in […]

Published on October 14th, 2014 in Blog

The Refueling Principle: The Secret to Staying Productive


What’s the secret to staying productive? Not working harder. Surprisingly, and counter to our culture’s emphasis on 60-hour workweeks and bringing-work-along “vacations”, the real secret is time off. I read an article in this month’s Entrepreneur magazine about The Refueling Principle. Allowing our bodies and minds to rest and recharge results in better performance. “Continuous […]

Published on October 8th, 2014 in Blog
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Why Coaching?

By working with me as your coach, as your partner as you climb the mountain of high achievement, you should expect some , if not all of the following outcomes:

  • Take your business to a higher level
  • Develop strong marketing strategies
  • Develop or improve processes that will help you take your business to the next level while maintaining or improving life balance
  • Stay focused on doing the critical actions that will lead you to success
  • Have a time management process that will reduce the pressure of when and how to wear all the hats required as a sales professional and small business owner
  • Be better at what you do so you will be among the high achievers
  • Have a higher level of self confidence


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