Instead of only focusing on others this month – buying them flowers, giving them valentines, making them feel special – turn some of that attention inward. Love yourself, invest in yourself and work to increase your self-regard.Read More
It is proven that an accountability partner can help you achieve your goals – but not only for the reason you think.Read More
Can a single word have a powerful impact on your life? Yes, absolutely, which is why I encourage my clients to choose a Word of the Year every January.Read More
I just had lunch with a former client who admitted he is completely overwhelmed with the holidays, work, family obligations, geopolitical issues, etc. He asked for advice on how to overcome this feeling of exhaustion, and I suggested reading books on personal and professional development.
“Even if you read one book a month and or read one segment of one book each month, it will help,” I told him.Read More
We have all worked with toxic people. There’s the VP who provided zero guidance yet managed to find fault with your work. The terribly insecure co-worker who passed off your best ideas as their own. Your incompetent counterpart in another office who negatively affected your own team’s success.Read More
I get asked this all the time: “How do I work with someone who lacks empathy?”
The first thing you need to do is understand where this person is coming fromRead More
People with more self-awareness, empathy and higher EQ have a lower divorce rate, earn more money, get promoted, etc. Further, happiness is tied to all of the EQ competencies but weighted heavier in four. If you work on these four competences, your happiness will go up.Read More
Some of the most powerful ways to increase your emotional intelligence (EQ) are also the simplest. Naming your emotions might sound like a kindergarten exercise, but it can have a profound effect on your leadership skills.Read More
I define EQ as using your emotions to help you, not hinder you. Once you identify an area of weakness, start noticing when it shows up. Then create a strategy to improve this skill.Read More
Protecting yourself comes down to awareness about how people show up in our lives. Though we are not equipped to figure out what people are feeling, we can notice when people lift us up or bring us down – and we can do something about it.Read More
Imagine a big negotiation scenario: You are interviewing for a new job and want four weeks of vacation. Your team needs a longer deadline on a big client project. You want to win a lucrative contract that has always gone to a big rival.
How can you stay calm under pressure? What intention do you want to show up with?Read More
Every day, we are inundated with five times more information than we were in 1986. We are constantly plugged in – to email, the news, and social media. We work more and sleep less.
Our brains need a break in the form of self-care.Read More