• The Definition of Crazy

    Welcome to December! Holy Moly Batman – where has the year gone? Well, here we are so what are you going to do? 😉 As the year winds down in its last month, it’s often a good time for reflection.Looking back to see what goals you’ve accomplished, and the goals that didn’t quite make the cut. What achievements and goals can you celebrate? What mistakes and stumbles can you learn from? What confidence killers were holding you back? What will you do differently in 2016 to shift your results and amplify your success? (Because you know the definition of crazy.

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  • Realize Your Talents = Attract Clients Easily

    What is your truth? The gift you bring to the world? The thing that is uniquely you, so much so you take it for granted? I was recently asked this question by my coach to help me further refine my goals for my business coaching and consulting practice.  Your truth, i.e. your gifts and talents, are a powerful stake in the ground to use as a guide as you grow and expand your work and your business. Think of it as your inner compass, guiding you as you go along. As you come up against difficult decision points along that.

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  • Consistency is Key

    My Guest writer this week is Chip Doyle with Sandler Training. Chip is a great sales trainer who I worked with when I first started my coaching business almost 10 years ago. I’ve found the information I learned from him to be extremely powerful and easy to use even now (especially when I use it consistently…), so I’m delighted to share some of his wisdom here with you! Most people think that good sales technique is based on one’s ability to adapt their product offering to the wants and needs of their prospect. That is not correct. The job of.

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  • Working with Educators~

    Over the last 7+ years, I’ve had the pleasure to work with a fantastic team at RT Fisher Educational Enterprises. Part of my work with them over the last year has been to help launch The Educators’ Institute – a full service professional development training center in downtown Oakland, CA.  Because of my work with The Educators’ Institute, I was recently asked about my work with Educators and how that ties in with my work as a coach so I thought I’d share it here with you. What is the real passion for you in your work? Simply put, To.

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