28 09, 2016

Get Rid Of Stress Once And For All

By |September 28th, 2016|

It’s midafternoon, day one traveling across the country to meet my coach to get the newest of the newest in leadership land.

I’m doing literally nothing. Just waiting at the gate for my second flight. Just staring in front of me at the hundreds of people walking by. Most of them are spacing out – just […]

21 09, 2016

5 Questions To Ask Before Any Change Process

By |September 21st, 2016|

Change has two sides.

It’s like a coin.

Two sides. One side can’t go around the world without the other. Also none of the sides of a coin is better than the other. Both sides add value and support.

Change is just like that. It also has two sides that depend on each other. Both sides add value […]

14 09, 2016

Procrastination: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

By |September 14th, 2016|

Shame, Horror, Anger.

Carol’s face mirrored these three strong emotions in a few seconds.

She felt ashamed that she had procrastinated (shame).

She was horrified that she had procrastinated (horror).

She was disgusted with herself for having procrastinated (anger).

Carol, a client of mine, and I were talking about something that Carol had been postponing.

Carol felt bad because, hey we […]

7 09, 2016

Who Else Wants To Delegate More? Five Simple Tips.

By |September 7th, 2016|

Delegation is like planting a seed. After planting a seed a gardener is not done. The gardener gives the seed water and protects it against weeds. So, the gardener stays involved.

Unfortunately, this is where managers get stuck in delegation. They just want to go from planting the seed to the gorgeous sprout! They don’t want […]