Feeling Overwhelmed? One Thing to Help You Cope

Feeling overwhelmed can be paralyzing. From having too many things to do, to not knowing what to focus on, to trying to control that 'swirl' going on in your head -- feeling overwhelmed can simply be exhausting. I know. I've been there. And so have many of the people I've coached who find themselves in a job they hate, or frustrated with their career progress and wondering what's not clicking for them. We tell ourselves stories that add Continue Reading

The Principle of Recency

I recently came across this video about public speaking, and one of the most important points made is the Principle of Recency. Essentially, the Principle of Recency is that people remember best, what they hear last. That's important for how you conclude your talk or presentation because that's what people will remember! I think this principle also comes into play when you are leaving a job, or moving to another company. How you leave a job can Continue Reading

#1 Lesson Learned from 2015

As we wrap up the past year, what is your #1 lesson learned from 2015? I like to take some time during the final days of the year to look back on where I've been, take stock of what I've accomplished, consider what could have gone better, and set goals for the coming 12 months. Here are my top three lessons from 2015! #3 - Challenge yourself. 2015 has been the year of learning. Officially launching my executive and transition coaching Continue Reading

3 Great Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas from a Self Care “Genius”

Okay - Valentine's Day is getting close, and if you're like me, you wait until the last minute to gift shop. Leslie Irish Evans is offering 3 great Valentine's Day gift ideas for the busy person in your life, who is likely too busy to ever do something like this for themselves. We put out a press release to share Leslie's expertise as a self care 'genius' and I especially love the third idea. Please read on..... Self-care ‘Genius’ Shares 3 Ideas Continue Reading