Floating in the Deep: Resilience in Relationships

I was never one to wade in the shallows for very long. When I was a little girl, we lived on a lake. A beautiful clean clear lake with lots of fish and sandy shores. I used to love to sit in the warm shallow water and play with the pebbles and the wet sand. Sometimes...

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How to Engage Your Team

You've probably heard the phrase "people are your greatest asset." But is that really true? Well it's certainly true that without the people in your organization, your organization would cease to exist. You need people to keep the mail flowing and the phones answered...

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The Proof is in the Leadership

"I want out... I'm not getting value out of the program I'm in... but I'm stuck in a contract and the coach is threatening to take legal action if I leave... "   Sadly, this is something I've heard from more than one woman entrepreneur since I began offering...

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How Great Leaders Avoid Feeling Overwhelmed

Great leaders need to have the capacity to guide their team toward a common vision. But when you are feeling stuck in overwhelm, stress, and helplessness, you struggle to remember what the vision even is, let alone guide anyone else toward it! Here are 3 strategies...

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Unlocking (Broken) Potential

I worked with a client yesterday that had a horse with people problems (I am a certified horse trainer) -- and it reminded me of something I (unfortunately) see in the coaching industry far too often. She was a beautiful chestnut mare, gentle and sweet with so much to...

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